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Started:November 18th, 2012 (01:44 PM) by Cogito ergo sum Views / Replies:477 / 1
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How I Learned To Stop Trading And Love The Farm

Old November 18th, 2012, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How I Learned To Stop Trading And Love The Farm

Hello all,

I came across the following video, and I thought it was worthwhile sharing.
Stephen Diggle has an interesting premise from a long term perspective, to say the least.
This video is a presentation given by Stephen Diggle, Founder of Vulpes Investment Management, to the Global Aginvesting Conference in Singapore, October 2012. Some background, Vulpes Investment Management made a killing with their Artradis Volatility funds in 2008.

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