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This particular point gets back to something I always wonder about -- who is on the other side of all of those trades??


it is always someone who has a different opinion :-).

As long as you know why you did what you did and had good reasons of your own to do that, it doesn't really matter if the other person is eventually *right* and you are eventually *wrong*. "Rightness" in the market is always discreet and not continuous.

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