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8 Responses to “Random Financial Advice Generator”

  1. VennData says:

    The suggestions I’m getting sounds vaguely familiar.

  2. wally says:

    Since I can pretty much never beat random, this should improve my investing.

  3. dwkunkel says:

    I especially liked the wine review generator on that same site. It reminds me of the BS generator from the dot com days. http://www.dack.com/web/bullshit.html

  4. drewburn says:

    Smirk, snort………….

  5. Julia Chestnut says:

    Damn — does using this thing make me a sophisticated investor as far as the SEC is concerned?

  6. TacomaHighlands says:

    @Wally nailed it!

  7. 6wksB4crash says:

    This works just like ‘Mr. InstaQuote’ Don Hays: any market reporter can call him for an end of the day comment on why the market behaved the way it did and he becomes a random jargon generator.

  8. V says:

    “The smart trader nowadays will never leverage revolving credit exposures.”

    - Scary.