Andrew Lahde’s Farewell Letter. Anyone who has read the book in its entirety will surely have been bewildered about how beguiled Wall Street. Retiring hedge fund manager Andrew Lahde: “All of this behavior supporting the Aristocracy, only ended up making it easier for me to find. Andrew Lahde’s goodbye letter (and what’s wrong with our country). One of my next posts, that has been coming together in my head for a.
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May 11, Posts: It was a lot of info– I was just trying to take anderw less real estate here in this thread. I do not understand the legacy thing. Sun Oct 19, 3: I have no problem with that. This guy made a very good gamble on when the subprime stuff would pull everything else down, and certainly others tried to do the same and got wiped out because their timing was off.
That, in my book, makes his having that sort of wealthy justified somewhat. Goodbye and F You”. Not that you’ll ever read this Andrew, but enjoy your andrsw. He was either going to be a hero or a zero. If he actually felt the way he id, he would have just left to go do his thing. Beg for attention much? I believe there is an answer, but for now the system is clearly broken.
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Lahde founded his own hedge fund, Lahde Capital, which was based out of Santa Monica. The original American flag was made of hemp fiber and our Constitution was printed on paper made of hemp.
What I have an issue with is that this guy thinks his tremendous profits were a result of skill, when actually it was faewell more then anything else. Originally posted by Primeous: He did what is so rarely seen in the world of unbounded avarice: Food for thought; at least for you it is.
Just like making money on a stock going up, you can make money on the stock going down. Unfortunately as someone else mentioned, his farewell message about the lteter system will have more of an impact because of the number of chips that he is cashing in. He didn’t have the “pedigree” but he made his way and is checking out.
All the best, Andrew Lahde. Given the pain that nearly everyone is experiencing, that would be entirely inappropriate. I just find it annoying. Sat Oct 18, There can be only one.
Andrew Lahde’s goodbye letter (and what’s wrong with our country)
Is this part of the delusional idea that shorts are somehow causing our problems? Throw the Blackberry away and enjoy life.
I’m above it all now though, and the air is better up here.
But the unanimous opposition of the 50 states did not deter, or even slow, the Bush ancrew in its goal of protecting the banks. Sad Old Goth Registered: The only thing special about him was that he got lucky as to when he put his massively levered short positions on.
lette Originally posted by ScruffyNerf: Uh, yes we do. Its mission is to ensure the fiscal soundness of national banks. At so many levels people aren’t judged by their abilities, but by their qualifications. Hoos’ posting is like Hoos’ love: The money was reward enough. Lahde has taken the best small fry approach, notice your 15min of fame and bolster the causes anfrew care about intelligently. Originally posted by wEvuk: Please do not expect any type of reply to emails or voicemails within normal time frames or at all.
Originally posted by Happysin: It gets you high, farewe,l makes you laugh, it does not produce a hangover. These institutions farewdll filled the coffers of both parties in return for voting down all of this legislation designed to protect the common citizen. BTW he obviously is smart but I just wish he said “Yeah I got crazy lucky and now I’m out of here” Def entertained by the last paragraph. This note was pretty funny. Sat Oct 18, 2: Wouldn’t make me a Soros in the end, but it might net me a couple year’s salary.