Monday, December 11, 2006
So VHB is on holiday, and the pope, Rob Chipman and I are trying to fill his shoes. That's some big shoes to fill. VHB does a lot of research, and his reasoning tends to be sound. Commentators at his blog flesh out the arguments posited, and we are all enlightened - no matter whether bullish or bearish. This blog has benefited from VHB's readership since he so kindly directed you here during his hiatus.
I am just having fun. I like writing. I like playing with photoshop. My views are based on my own common sense, and passing knowledge of history and human psychology. Statistics and facts are just static in my slushy mind, so this is merely entertainment.
I got an e-mail from someone at the Financial Post this AM requesting an interview on my "thoughts on the outlook for future prices." While I am flattered by this request, I do not know that I am qualified to elaborate in such a way. I will contact the journalist (I am a courteous person), but I thought that I would give you all a chance to put forward your own views.
So, in honour of VHB's regular "ask VHB", I am asking you to "tell solipsist". I will take what you say, and my own thoughts to the journalist.
What are your thoughts on the outlook for future prices? What is your rationale? This may be redundant, but that's what this blog is - redundant prolix.