Long Or Short Capital, Where Art Thou?

One of my favorite blogs on the entire interpipes seems to have been abandoned and I’m amazed at how long it’s taken for me to realize.

Long Or Short Capital, one of the snarkiest, wittiest, coolest finance blogs that ever lived doesn’t have a new post since February.  I guess I had taken the site for granted and so my distress at its absence is somewhat delayed.  It always sucks when a blogger you love to read goes off the grid – I still miss reading The Dinosaur Trader and Stock Jockey’s 1440 Wall Street.

If anyone has any information as to the whereabouts of Mr Juggles & Co., please shoot me an email.  No wonder things just don’t seem as funny as they used to in moneybloggerville.

In the meantime, enjoy this classic Long Or Short Capital post on how to become a billionaire:

  1. Take outrageous risks with extremely high upside.
  2. Be the 1 out of 500 million for whom it pans out. This one is key so focus on it.

This is an example of what we’re missing out on these days…


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