From: Bill Vanek <>
Subject: Re: Breaking News!! BillB on Stocks!!!
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From: Bill Vanek <>
Subject: Re: Breaking News!! BillB on Stocks!!!
Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2018 19:23:11 -0800
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On Mon, 5 Feb 2018 19:11:08 -0800 (PST), BillB<> wrote:

>On Monday, February 5, 2018 at 6:57:50 PM UTC-8, Bill Vanek wrote:
>> >I'm not sure what you are suggesting here. Are you saying good traders and portfolio managers
should retire long before 55? 
>> No, Cathy. What I'm saying is that anyone "hoping to retire" by then
>> should be able to. Honestly, you should be able to make lots of money
>> at will, so what's the holdup?
>I didn't say I was "hoping to retire". I've never said that in my life. That's just not something I
would ever say.
>I think I might have said I am retiring at 55 (i.e. now) with more money than I will ever spend (we
have very simple tastes), but I actually meant "semi-semi-retiring". As I have made clear many times
in the past, I never intend to fully retire, unless I simply can't continue for health reasons.
There's too many people who depend on me and my gigantic brain.

Sure thing, but you might be losing track of your imaginary world.