How to predict world events

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View Poll Results: Can Lord Jamla tell the future??
I am not open minded enough to even consider it 4 36.36%
Maybe, but it's kinda scary to face up to what he predicts 0 0%
He's definitely got a skill, I would be interested to learn more 2 18.18%
No more need for crystal balls, he knows it all. 5 45.45%
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Old May 7, 2003, 11:28pm   #31
 
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I'm with you on that one...
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Old May 7, 2003, 11:32pm   #32
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How ironic.....

I too would 'like a bit of Shania Twain' however, sadly, me thinks she ain't of the same mind
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Old May 7, 2003, 11:36pm   #33
 
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Anyway, back to business. WPP has had quite a nice rise since its March bottom. Now appears overbought.
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Old May 8, 2003, 7:05pm   #34
 
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To all you night owls who were up late last night (like I was) to catch my tip of shorting WPP, I hope you rose early to do so this morning (like I did) because it fell from 478 to 456.
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Old May 8, 2003, 8:33pm   #35
 
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Chartman,
mea culpa! I, and I strongly suspect many others here, find Lord J humerous, and I would personally be happy to buy the chap a pint for the amusement he has afforded me. I for one am stabbing gently at the balloon with a pin, and imagine his skin to be thick enough to take the ribbing. I certainly don't want T2W to experience any problems as a result... :-)
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Old May 8, 2003, 9:06pm   #36
 
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Mea Culpa.........Now that was not Shania Twain.
Enigma / Enya I do believe.
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Old May 8, 2003, 10:06pm   #37
 
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Mea Culpa is a T2W secret anagram for up a camel.
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Old May 8, 2003, 10:25pm   #38
 
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Oy, I like Enigma <g>
It's not my fault I had a classical eddycation.
(When I was born the schoolmasters still wore togas).
Hic Haec Hoc, and all that....
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Old May 9, 2003, 5:35pm   #39
 
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Well I never ----- LORD JAMLA ZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz.............
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Old May 9, 2003, 7:05pm   #40
 
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LORD JAMLA started this thread Hello all, sorry I have been away, been a bit busy.

I am very thick skinned, trust me you have to be when you are in the business I am in. If I caused anyone any distress then I can only apologise, but can say that it was wholly expected. I even say on my seminars that those who aren't open minded and prepeared to accept some shocking truths needn't bother coming. I accept contempt as a gift, as long as i stick to my principles.

One thing people cannot doubt is the accuracy of my predictions since I've been here, you can easily view them in clear black and white. I have been extremely dissapointed that no-one has been able to answer the many questions I have had about trading, typified by this 35-post thread - NONE OF WHICH ARE ABOUT THE SUBJECT. I have chosen to refrain from posting since it seems to be causing much stress to the moderators, of which I can only apologise. I have already told Chartman that I think his Day trading threads are an excellent read.

In conclusion, I only came here to give people an insight into my techniques, whilst always been bound to my seminar teams, and if people choose to ignore them and use there own methods then I wish them every success.

And that folks - is as humble as I get.
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Old May 9, 2003, 7:05pm   #41
 
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Oh, it all sounds just so .... negative... doesn't it?
I really would buy the chap a pint (one, mind) as I think a bit of a wind up now and then is quite a laugh and helps you unwind, somewhat oddly. The essential point is that nobody has to take the perpetrator seriously of course, and I think LJ puts a lot of effort into ensuring that so hat's off to him and I think you're all (think Bunter) perfectly beastly for ribbing him about it all.
Anyhow, gotta go, the sheep are wandering around one of the upper floors and although one of the footmen is up there trying to find them we often experience problems with radios - there seems to be a bit of a dead spot between the east and west wings of the servant quarters once you get a few floors up. I think it's something to do with rising damp. (I knew TWO heated pools was too much for such a small building).
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Old May 9, 2003, 7:36pm   #42
 
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Mags,
going on your performance in the dow comp and you wpp tip, why dont you start a tips thread, or come to the chat room,

all the best,
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Old May 9, 2003, 7:46pm   #43
 
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.....all those who will be attending lord's sermon could you please impart the words for us mortals who must toil for our daily keep and who can't afford the journey....
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Old May 10, 2003, 1:41pm   #44
 
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Bullish Bear,

I tried the chat room but I think I was too talkative, lol. As well as talking shop I'm afraid I like a gossip. Anyway, your performance in the Dow comp was as good as mine. (At least we both beat Chartman, lol). Congratulations to juanbyte, a very good score of 20 pts.
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Old May 10, 2003, 1:56pm   #45
 
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I have to challenge that. I should have got my 4 points.... Had I remembered to go on Sunday, I'd have got 5 points putting me in front of you both.
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