Monk's moments: It's a dog's life
Bob Beckman was a larger-than-life London-based New Yorker, who made and lost a fortune on the stock exchange (and then repeated the trick several times over). He eventually became disenchanted with his fellow financial gurus, and claimed that his greatest investment successes were based on reading a list of shares to his dog William, and buying or selling according to whether the dog barked.
Dermatology in practice 2017; 23(2): 55–55
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