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After seeing my Prophecies of Alan Watts video recently, a Sloper emailed me to suggest that my “angelic voice” (!) could be the foundation of a whole series of videos.
Look, I’ve only had one “hit” video in my entire life: the Oompa Loompa dance from the 1990s Willy Wonka movie (over 10 million views!) and I have no fantasy about repeating this with financial history tidbits. Worse than that, I found that creating the video below was a huge, huge amount of work (hours and hours of effort) and I doubt I have the time or energy to do any more. Still, I’d love to hear your feedback.
Not to take away any of the fireworks from my latest “Best of 2020” installment (read it here) but I wanted to help out Ruffpup by making available to you a couple of “Sniperism” documents he kindly compiled with the wit and wisdom of the late Tom Holland (AKA Dutch).
Preface to all eight parts: This year was an extraordinary one for the world and an amazing one for Slope. Our user base has grown, our site has dozens more features, and we are poised for a great 2021, which will be our sixteenth year in business. Out of the thousands of posts this year, we have picked some we believe you will enjoy re-reading the most.
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We are getting a nice end-of-year surge in subscribers, perhaps because of our cool new SlopeMatrix offering. I’m finding that this has become the centerpiece for my financial life. Here is one of my portfolios, which is just simple short positions (nice to see they’re all down at the moment):