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Note: He doesn’t even run the account because he doesn’t have a smartphone. It’s run by his wife. So he literally tells her what to post and she posts it. Legend!
“today is a landmark day, I have officially joined Instagram, BUT on my own terms. I do not own a smart phone and refuse to own one for many reasons. My wife will be occasionally uploading real life pics, vids and commentary on this profile using her smart phone. Enjoy!” – November 2016
“I ditched my Smartphone (Blackberry) in March 2013. All I have had since is a phone that calls and has SMS function. When someone messages me it costs them $2.00, because I have a UK SIM in Singapore. It also costs me $2.00..., but thats fine. Why? because when people realize it costs them $2.00 every time they send me a message because they get a whopping bill the following month, they stop trying to have useless and time wasting chats with me i.e. sending me unimportant messages. They now only send important messages that get straight to the point about what they want. I've trained my "network" to leave me alone unless they have something important to discuss. If it is important we arrange and schedule a call. If its an emergency they call me or I call them. Ditch the Smartphone! You will become 100 times more productive than you are now and all losers in your life will deselect themselves from your process..., and by the way, my Wife has a Smart Phone and uploads these messages to IG..., because i'm so productive she doesn't necessarily have to be”– June 2018
“Selfie Sticks are for people who can’t afford their own cameraman” – Feb 2017
“A reminder of where it all began on Wall Street back in the Summer of 2000 at Goldman Sachs. I saw this Subway sign from back in the day up for sale at an auction site a few weeks back, made a sealed bid for it and won. I saw this sign a few times a week during that summer. Its going on my office door at home as a daily reminder of how far you can go in life if you work your ass off, take calculated risks and have no fear. Plus it also has real sentimental value. Love this purchase!”– November 2016
“I've been massively overweight USD for 3.5 years (Spot Holdings) relative to other Major currencies. For the first time since May 2013 I am now neutral Vs all major currencies except EUR, CHF and JPY. I simply refuse to hold NIRP currencies or even Gold as a "Store of Value." So I decided to exchange some of my USD for "a Girls Best Friend" i.e. a new Diamond, as an investment that obviously also brings us a lot of joy. If you're thinking about having a second, third, or fourth bite at the Gold Market as an inflation hedge against loose Monetary or Fiscal Policy, you might want to consider investing in Diamonds instead right now. Tight supply and always proven to rally with disposable income and inflation. It's a minimum 10 year Hedge to cash. PLEASE NOTE: I won't be answering the question "How Much Was it?" – November 2016
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