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Taming the Lion: 100 Secret Strategies for Investing by Richard Farleigh

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A day in the life

In the first Gulf War, US forces overwhelmingly attacked Iraqi forces in Kuwait. It was an awesome display of military power, and almost the whole world was surprised and amazed at how powerful the US military had become. They had moved to a new level: missiles with cameras attached that could be steered through the front doors of buildings, and strange looking black planes called ‘stealth bombers’ that were invisible to radar. Iraq’s feeble response looked hollow following Saddam Hussein’s earlier “mother of all battles” threats, but if he could have mustered enough anti-American sentiment in other Arab nations, he may have pulled an armed rabbit out of the hat.

Financial markets around the globe were preoccupied with the ...

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