• Steve Martin

Trying to Outguess the Unpredictable – NYTimes.com

“All I want is for you to tell me when the market will go up and when the market will go down.

A client made this request early in my career. My first thought: “I totally understand. Who doesn’t want to know that?” My second thought: “Too bad I have no idea when either event will happen.”

via Trying to Outguess the Unpredictable – NYTimes.com.

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