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March 12, 2008


Patrick, London

Another pearl of wisdom on this is: 'The markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent' - even if you ultimately are proved to be right you might very well still get your fingers burnt.

Mr B

Nils Taube loved his work and it was not about the money. He would have gladly paid to do what he loved. Nils was also not a trader; he was an investor. You don't do something as well and for as long as he did unless it is your passion. The money was an amusing side show to the man.

Sarah Bevins

"Taube was taken ill last week while sitting at his Bloomberg terminal at 7.30 in the morning."

Do you reckon the old boy was cracking one off? I hope he went out with a bang.

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