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风高浪急

我爱农历新年,总让我怀旧,而不失奋进。

更何况猪年乃是我的本命年。出生于84年1月的我,常常被归为“鼠辈”,实乃大大的误解,俺是春节前大冬天出生的,俗话“动(冻)手动脚”。

大 年三十晚上从零点到三点,和Ricci一同逛除夕花市。那是多么美丽的一种场景: 人山人海,人人为花狂,即便在这温馨的夜间。火红的玫瑰,高洁的白合,晶莹的水仙,更有菊花、海棠、梅花、桃花、杜鹃、剑兰、吊钟、鸡冠花、彩雀花、康乃 馨、紫罗兰、火凤凰、白茶花、金飘香…… 人人将花束高举过头,穿过难得的寂静的夜色,花香竟盖不住盈盈笑意。

大年初一也是我们第三次在过年的时候“宴请”在港的朋友。多谢Alex, Shannon以及Dr. Kawser全家捧场, 今次更加成功.

记 得Jackie曾经问过我猪在中国文化中的象征意义, 我当时信口开河, 说lazy and fortunate, 后来觉得不妥(因为她也是pig), 改成happy and fortunate. 近日看书, 才知道投资市况中除了牛市和熊市, 尚有猪市, 摘录如下:

"Pigs are high-risk investors looking for the one big score in a short period of time. Pigs buy on hot tips and invest in companies without doing their due diligence. They get impatient, greedy, and emotional about their investments, and they are drawn to high-risk securities without putting in the proper time or money to learn about these investment vehicles. Professional traders love the pigs, as it's often from their losses that the bulls and bears reap their profits."

所以, 此文得出结论:

"Bulls make money, bears make money, but pigs just get slaughtered!"

猪年未到, 大家已经看到这是一个风高浪急的大市, 相信新年里会持续下来.

不管如何, 我祝愿大家在猪年里有很好的感情, 健康和财运.
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