Thank You All – I do Get More Thanks than Hate Mail These Days

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COMMENT: 

A few years ago my father showed me some articles of a man writing from a prison with weird drawing and  about economics. I had no idea who you were or what u did. In the last 3 or so years I read and listen to Everything , I can from you. Including the video clip of you talking about the feeling of rain outside of the NY detention jail and expressing your feelings. This made me think that there was a lot more to you and your story. I researched everything I could on the internet about yourself.

I am a very small investor compared to your clients, a very small fish in the ocean. I wanted to thank you in so many ways for sharing all of your knowledge and experiences, with each I gain a little more knowledge from. You have opened my eyes to see how the world thinks and works from an insider from whom which I would never have had the chance to be able to understand from. Besides all of the models and the accuracy of them, I have learned a great deal regarding the macro picture of how things work economically and financially. By moving one little piece and how it can affect the many other moving parts.  I have a new way of looking at everything that is going on in the world.  I could go on much further in detail but respect your time. Thank You so much for opening my eyes to what is really going on. I really enjoy reading anything that you write.

P.S.

I thoroughly enjoyed the conference in Philadelphia, “How to Survive Your Own Trading Decisions”, and look forward to the manual that you are updating, thank you again. I would have liked to attend the two-day economic conference but my budget would not allow it.

Thank You For Helping The “Small Guy”, this is a sign of your humbleness.

MA-JACK

REPLY: I want to thank all the people who have been emailing to show their support. I supposed I have tended to show all the hate mail and not the support mail. It is nice to know that people are starting to grasp what I have seen these many years running around the world. This is me when we were starting Japan and this was my partner – Jack King who died in 1997. I may not have been fortunate in finding a wife, but I was very fortunate to have some very good partners I could trust. That is not an easy thing to find. We also had 240 employees around the globe helping to build a database that nobody else would spend the time or money to create.

I have the most loyal client-base that anyone could dream of. I have always felt we were all in this together. They too have contributed and shared in this journey that could never have done with out their encouragement and support.

So thank you all. And that is from the bottom of my heart.