He says it is legal, maybe it is. But did it boost his returns and is it fair to regular investors? Or should it be filed away simply as a hedge fund advantage? This doesn't really concern me, I just wanted to link it here in case I wanted to use the link. I believe regular investors have advantages. WE may not be able to manipulate the market to help our returns, but we can keep from being scared out of our stocks by taking the time to learn about them and easing into them over time.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRa0B34jMOQtom ethomas engleTMF Coverge Fool
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