Anybody following Guilder's newsletter?BunnyClark
Anybody following Guilder's newsletter?Not me, I gave up on Gilder a couple of years ago. Big vision and little insight...-----Kerd
Anybody following Guilder's newsletter?Do you think we should?
Do you think we should?I cancelled my subscription, just was wondering the same as you, should we get it?
Why did you cancel? Has he lost his touch? Gotten out of touch? You are probably more up to date on Gilder than the rest of us are. I stopped listening to him when he started believing his advice was too good to provide for free.
Gilder is less than worthless. He is nothing more than a self promoting big mouth full of hot air. Let him talk, but don't take him seriously. Be sure not to make any investments based on him or you will be hurting big time. Gilder is just an avenue to loss.
Ahh the yin and yang of it all. (Bad imitation of George I know).But HE'S BACK!!!4-page in depth update on Da Man.http://www.nytimes.com/2003/10/19/business/yourmoney/19gill.html?pagewanted=1&thToday, as the telecom sectors rebounds, Mr. Gilder appears to be re-emerging as an influential thinker who can once again move markets. Over the last 52 weeks, the Gilder Technology Index has risen 221 percent, while the Nasdaq was up 71 percent and the S&P was up 29 percent. A little bit of excitement is beginning to creep back into the Telecosm Lounge.
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