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Another bunch of finance guys (after BB&T) decide to drop the curtain and reveal themselves as Ayn Rand admirers:

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=aXnnkUJjQC9A

Ok, they revealed themselves a while ago, but that's another hit for Objectivism in the media!

This is great.

http://www.roarkcapital.com/

I look forward to seeing their superior results from methods derived from reason and hard work. And to sending them my CV in a year or two when I have picked up enough experience.

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This is good to know, but I am puzzled by the idea that an Objectivist would say that "We finally feel that the economy has stabilized".

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This is good to know, but I am puzzled by the idea that an Objectivist would say that "We finally feel that the economy has stabilized".

Me too. Could be he's better than I at reading the econ tea leaves; could be bad reporting (the journalist may have dropped some context); could be he's just wrong; could be he's looking at a very short time frame. If he were around, I'd ask, but barring that, who knows?

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This is good to know, but I am puzzled by the idea that an Objectivist would say that "We finally feel that the economy has stabilized".

Me too. Could be he's better than I at reading the econ tea leaves; could be bad reporting (the journalist may have dropped some context); could be he's just wrong; could be he's looking at a very short time frame. If he were around, I'd ask, but barring that, who knows?

Maybe he is not an Objectivist at all and just an admirer of Ayn Rand.

I once had a Morman client who admired Ayn Rand enough that he named his company "Fountainhead Capital."

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