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I would not entrust my funds to a friend. A substantial loss could occur that would wipe you out and you would lose your friendship, even if it was not his fault. Remember that he has NO control over the market and while he is responsible for managing the assets he is not REALLY responsible for your money making YOU money,, it is only a hope that this will occur.

I would hope that you would explain to your friend that you do not want cash to come between a great friendship because they are hard to find.

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