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Andrew Schmitt

Great post.

Reminds me of the article in Saturday's WSJ about Oscar De Le Hoya and how he is changing Boxing by advocating full financial transparency to promoters.

I'm surprised the funds of funds haven't demanded the same. Maybe they will.

The Other Stalwart

Thanks for the comment. Yes, that is a good point. Funds of funds could be the first to drive change given that they have an interest in reducing the trading costs within the funds they invest in, and are conceivably more organized than individual investors.

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Can share the pain of others, is a human; to share the happiness of others, is God.

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Can share the pain of others, is a human; to share the happiness of others, is God.

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