"Maine Needs Bear Herders"

In Barrons, Jim McTague describes his horrifying encounter with Ursus wallstreetus horribilis on a trip to Maine’s Grand Lake Stream for smallmouth. “They included big-bank economists, bond traders, money managers and financial consultants who have been brought together in this enchanted world of pristine lakes for almost 10 years by David Kotok, an expert fly fisherman and the chairman and chief investment officer of Cumberland Advisors, a money-management firm in Vineland, N.J.”

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  • Reginald Hart

    There goes the neighborhood