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  1. Wrote this last night and thought it rather appropriate to repost:


    "Stock market survives and bounces back to its biggest gain in corporate history and hotcopper poster lives up to his name with spectacular losses. "


    "crashy" - once known for his bold and arrogant calls has succumbed to the forces of the market and crashed and burned in full style. " One classic oxymoron" Hellraiser was reported to have commented as he repossessed crashys 1972 VW beetle from his East Brunswick granny flat. As the truth slowly unravelled it became evident that this was easily the biggest single personal loss experienced by a trader so detached from reality. He is now known to be lurking chat forums as crashed and burned spruiking his constant bs.


    Hell

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