Monday, December 31, 2007
Some days I wonder. I really do. You have just got to love the press releases. I sell a million shares and someone buys a million shares. I sell at a profit and others buy and hope it keeps on going up. Perhaps they sense I am the kingfish, and they want to be gobbled up. Perhaps they know that if I've made money on it, they can make some too. It goes without saying I knew I'd be rich. It goes without saying that people ask for stock tips from me constantly. Perhaps with good reason. The corporations sure take the hint. Matterhorn sure did, and they probably will make money. That's what I am, a kingfish. A winner. The big fish that eats all the little fishes. Gosh I am wonderful!
This fantastic piece of literature was created by Rakesh at 6:49 AM
Sunday, December 30, 2007
I took the day to myself. I report to noone, save my beautiful wife. I took some time to survey my estate and mind my 15,000 square-foot home. I watched the markets like a hawk in the mornings, but around mid-day my attention wandered to lighter things. I picked up a book for a bit: Memoirs of the Second World War by Winston Churchill. I do take some time to relax, but not too much. A man needs to take a few hours and reflect on his good fortune and works. How else will I live to be 100 and spend more time with Nishtha?
A few days ago, CNBC reported that we sold out of HOEC and Amtek. As soon as that happened a burst of buying was reported. Since then, my phone has been ringing off the hook. I guess I have to let them interview me soon. I will probably oblige them but I certainly demand that they send only cute female reporters, a man simply must keep up his image. With that being said I think I'll go hop in the pool!
This fantastic piece of literature was created by Rakesh at 8:48 AM
Thursday, December 27, 2007
I was surfing the web and I took note of the following article: Here it is. Now of course it profiles my portfolio, with the might and power thereof. But the photo is grainy and certainly doesn't capture my best side. While the article definitely does me justice by calling me "one of the greatest investors in the world" it leaves me flat, because it doesn't capture one of my best features - my manly features! What will the girls think? Perhaps they should run these photos through my publicist next time? Anyway it is a pleasure getting a positive nod from the equity desk, and I understand their dilemma. With so many good-looking pictures to choose from, it must have been hard to choose just one!
This fantastic piece of literature was created by Rakesh at 5:23 AM
Sunday, December 2, 2007
I don't always get upset about those that are highly jealous of me. However, the editors of the India Street have gone too far with their half witted depiction of me in their ridiculous video. The interviewer used innuendo to mask her love of me but like a Bull fighter I quickly tamed her. I am conscious of the fact that I am married of course, but it's getting harder and harder to keep these girls at bay. Are they in love with me or my assets?