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The following is a true story. I take the 524 train into the city every morning. Mind if I take the paper? The takeover of GroveCon torpedoed last night. Check it out. Wall Street, Wall Street. Chose a government to intervene on. That train is coming. The next train is coming. What's the name on that train? The next train is coming. The next train is coming. The next train is coming. The next train is coming. The next train is coming. To Patrick, the Queen's next stop, Bolton Street. Broad Street, Wall Street. Change you for number two and three lines. They're adding QAL to the S&P tomorrow. Check your position. How'd you know? Houghton, Hart, Layman, Smyrvani.
Oh, you mean. . . Good job. Goldman Sachs? Where I work? Your trade, yes? Yes. It's Quaddel's sleep bag, of course. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Quaddel's sleep bag, of course. Yes, how. . . That's fine. Yes. Silent. Yeah, it's. . . Small. Well. . . Not your fault. No. Q. . . QAL, how did. . . how did you know? Broad Street, Wall Street. Your stuff? Number two, number three, change. That's not a broad street. The paper! Money is the price of life. Money is the price of life. Ralph Waldo Emerson. You think he's right? I don't. . . I don't really know.
Let me tell you a story. A couple of years ago, I'm in big on a trade. Not on my own, mind you. I got company. My partners and I, we have what you call information. One of my partners, this was his first big trade. He was a ten, fifteen dollar guy investor. Now, it was a different story. Don't get me wrong. This fellow had money. Money was not the problem. The problem was, he didn't have it. Here. Do you have it here? Me? Well. . . I mean. . . I don't know. You have it! Don't sell yourself short. You have it. You do. It's written all over you.
But this fellow, this man of whom I'm speaking, for him, the job was just too big. He fell apart. I'm not exaggerating. He fell apart with worry. Stopped sleeping, stopped eating. A few weeks later, he was dead as day today. The irony is, this is really tragic. A few weeks later, we all get out with a six point bump. Money in the deepest sense of the word. Money in the deepest sense of the word. But for him, money was the price of life. But for him, money was the price of life. Will you take it? What? The paper. You haven't read it. Oh, no. You can have it. Here. You're a trader. Not by profession.
With your skills, you could have a job at any house. As the hooker once said, if they pay you for it, it's not a job. You're a trader. As the hooker once said, if they pay you for it, it's not love. Take a look at Copper Cathodes. It's traded in London metal. I did it. What? Copper Cathodes. Nothing big. Small position. Five, ten. Good for you. How long? I don't know. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. I'm not sure. How long? Long? The copper to hold it. How long, of course, is the crux? You're a cautious man. I suppose. A man who lives within his means suffers from a lack of imagination.
Do you believe that? You mean me? Let me show you something. My portfolio. Oh, no. I don't think I should. No, please. Take a look. Wow, these positions are large. You're amazed. A man like me. You are. I can see it in your eyes. What about the risk? It depends on your circumstances. Nicely put. I'll see you in a couple of fucking times. The copper. Don't worry about the copper, Jonathan. I'll put you in and I'll take you out when the time is right. If you want to know, please stop on the street. Wait, how do you know my name? Don't miss your stuff. When I got on the train the next morning, the man was waiting for me.
Good morning. We have something to talk about. What? The Rand Pharmaceuticals. Yeah, I know the firm. It's privately held. Suppose I tell you I know a man. Yeah? The man with a piece of it, the company. The man with a piece of it, the company. The man with a piece of it, the company. The man with a piece of it, the company. The man with a piece of it, the company. Yeah? What's it worth? A piece of Durant going public as it is? Serious money. Tough to make you cry. Sit down. This is the thing. This is the beauty part. This man has debts, sizable debts, debts that must be collected before the public offering. Follow me, Jonathan.
This man, his position is worthless to him. Cash is what he needs. Potentially he could use it for a loan. Cannot. Because of the nature of the debt, the nature of the people he owes this money to. He must repay these people and quickly before his situation is discovered. You see? This is where my partners and I come in. We have been offered a piece of his piece. How much? Three hundred thousand. We have two in hand. There's more on paper. But we have decided to open up our circle. Bring in other men. Younger men. Men with ambition. Four hundred. How much? Piece of our piece. Not large. Beginner stuff. How much? Almost nothing. Twenty.
I have twenty thousand dollars. You have ten in the cop-up. Take a loan against it. That way it's only another ten out of pocket. You, a man like you, can always get his hands on ten. Who are the other partners? These deals are based on the silence of friends. The lesson of Ivan Voskij. What you don't know can't hurt others. I myself am acquainted with only three of the other partners. You're a man looking for opportunity. Yeah. Not on a subway. Opportunity by definition is happenstantial. If you only seize what's obvious, you'll never be rich. Copy D. M. Jonathan. If you don't, you'll hate yourself in the morning. I have to think about it.
You'll find yourself checking the Quotron, looking for Duran, watching what should have been your future slipping away from you. I have to think. All is as what is required here. What is required here is to be a man. I've checked. Yeah, shut a line. The check could be traced back to you. Yeah, of course. Tomorrow morning. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron.
I'm going to the Quotron. I'm going to the Quotron. I didn't get on the train that morning, and I never saw the man again on the 524. I thought about him though, about whether I had narrowly missed being conned, or maybe I had turned my back on the biggest opportunity of my life. In the months that followed, I couldn't stop thinking about when I was going to meet him. I could not stop thinking about how I would have been if I had never met him. But I did spend a lot of time thinking about him. . . In the months that followed, I couldn't stop thinking about why the man had chosen me.
Did I look so vulnerable, or did I have a weakness in my character so evident that it attracted the man to me? Even now, I cannot say. He was right about one thing, though. Duran Pharmaceuticals did go public, and I did check the Quotron for it every single week. By the end of the year, it was up 20 points. About a year later, I caught a later train than usual. Mind if I take the paper?.