Warren Buffett, the Most Dangerous Fraudster in Stock Market History, Forecasts Dow Jones to Reach 1 Million.
Warren Buffett is undoubtedly the most dangerous fraudster in stock market history for all the reasons I have shown throughout the years, not comparable to Cathie Wood. Read the article if you wish to comprehend both mathematically.
Let's get started comparing both mathematically speaking. How do you code these market participants? For an algorithm, Cathie Wood is a dreamer, whereas Warren Buffett is a fraudster; therefore, the adopted investment strategies to profit from their investing ideas are very different.
Now, let's compare two fraudsters of different dimensions: a slave working for CNBC, Pete Najarian, and a whale fraudster, Warren Buffett.
Warren Buffett. A Dangerous Fraudster
Note that I used the word "dangerous" to qualify Warren Buffett. I did not use it for Cathie Wood. Warren Buffett is extraordinarily dangerous.
I would dare to say Warren Buffett's principles are far worse than Madoff. The former is an astute fox with close ties to the U.S government, while the latter is an erudite crook.
The article below, published on CNBC in 2017, exhibits the most prominent fact and event for someone with knowledge of mathematics about Warren Buffett's role in American society - to get rich by taking advantage of the stupid crowd.
I will not be around by 2117 to show you that the Dow cannot reach 1 million, but the concept of time will. Alex Vieira.
People like us who believe in physics know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a persistent illusion. The past and future do not exist and are only concepts used to describe the natural, isolated, and changing present.
Did you know that Warren Buffett charged $19 million for dinner in the name of Santa charity while I helped investors bail out Costco (COST) and Coca-Cola Consolidated (COKE) at the top before a market crash? I did not ask for money.