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I've put 3 kids through college on the TF / ER2 / Russel2000;
just that they weren't my kids!
Did that secretly make me feel better?
I mean what's the difference between struggling traders and Bill Gates if both give away so much to charity other than one does it at the beginning of the career and the other does it at the end of the career?
I have found that over the last year or so truecar pricing has either become more efficient, (assuming that prior to the last year they were quoting too low.) Or has changed their pricing model to accommodate more dealer participation.
Buying cars has always been one of my favorite activities, with all the options between buying, leasing, financing rates, dealer incentives, historical depreciation, and residual values, it's not unlike pricing financial derivatives. Or even better, a puzzle you can drive.