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Timing Markets: Should not, but..

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    I once had a professor describe the lottery as a tax for those who don't understand math.
    Cheaper thrill than a Starbucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    Cheaper thrill than a Starbucks
    No doubt!

    (Disclaimer: I was a below average student in math)
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    I actually asked a broker that question. The brokerage house guys (economists, political scientist, futurists, etc) thought it would be good for the market. Not even phased by the trade war. More concerned about if for some reason Trump didn't finish his term. That would be the wild card.
    Ultra shoirt bet - lottery
    Short bet - elections - us and brazil
    Medium short bet - Trump finishing term and winning 2020 elections / Brexit
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    Here's a fun etf for those wanting to bet..

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    Sometimes i don't have to look at calender, Geo tells me its FRIDAY when Shri is on roll....

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    I once had a professor describe the lottery as a tax for those who don't understand math.
    Oh I totally am in. It's called my payment on my daydream
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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    I once had a professor describe the lottery as a tax for those who don't understand math.
    https://slate.com/technology/2018/10...qJZAgJMUmnHmuM

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    I once had a professor describe the lottery as a tax for those who don't understand math.
    People who say that don't understand the concept of variable utilities of money, nor conditional probabilities.

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