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It is difficult for me to point to a particular post and say, "This is why Mishedlo deserves Le Feste." In fact, the whole point is that he stimulates such a diverse discussion, not limited to just one topic, sector, strategy, or style. But, maybe some of his more recent Soapbox ramblings can show his range.

May 17 -- gives a play-by-play example of the kind of gyrations he's had to go through just to turn a profit. I'm not sure what he was trying to do, but he convinced me to not become a daytrader. ;)

June 26 -- asks the question we've all asked ourselves at one time or another, "Is the market on crack?"

June 28 -- welcomes newcomers with a warning about recklessness in this market, "OPTIMISM IS CRUSHED."

July 11 -- recommends focusing on capital preservation. "Trade it, don't marry it."

Aug. 8 -- makes an anti-bottom call (again).

Aug. 18 -- find your strategy and stick to it, but either stay underleveraged or nimble, or that light at the end of the tunnel could be a freight train headed your way.

Aug. 30 -- when is a hound not a dog? Tech could lead in a rally, precisely because it's so despised.

Sep. 15 -- gently takes the focus back from politics to trading, and gives a very simple reason why the bottom is (still) not in.

Oct. 1 -- warns bears of a possible rally, even though he sees the long-term trend as down.

Oct. 19 -- touches on many different, specific, fundamental weaknesses and risks to explain to bulls why he sees the rally as tradable, but only with caution.

Nov. 1 -- rants on charts. Why? Because he can.

I came, I saw, I learned, I had fun.

Daniel Dauenhauer
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