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Drizin: No Stock Market for Me

EXCLUSIVE: Secretive Lubavitch mogul Shalom Ber Drizin has revealed that the Lubavitcher Rebbe advised him to stay away from the stock market. In an interview with COLlive.com, Drizin echoes words the Rebbe told Argentina's richest Jew Eduardo Elstein in 1991. "The Rebbe underlined twice the word never." Full Story

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amazing
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amazing

I wish someone would have told us this sooner, many people might have been saved from losing a lot of money!

best way to make money
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best way to make money

Listen to the Rebbe’s advice.
Never fails!

Seems...
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Seems...

No stock market, huh? seemed to work for him…

Don't assume
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Don't assume

people always assume that what the Rebbe told one person applies to everyone. The Rebbe told each person advice based on what was best for them. it doesnt mean that no one should ever invest in the stock market. the Rebbe told many people not to do certain things and it was meant for that person.

hindsight
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hindsight

so nice how these things appear to “surface” when they seem accurate.

weren’t there some people who made gazzillions in the stock market when it bubbled? timing and greed determines and determined who made and who lost.

didn’t some poeple make gazzillions in real estate? and some lost their gatkes?

connect the dots as you wish.

tell me something now that will prove lucrative in a year. don’t tell me about something decades ago that you choose to apply today.

but who thinks anyway.

That's why i don't invest in the market
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That's why i don't invest in the market

the best place is under the mattress

gutnik?
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gutnik?

does this advice from the rebbe also applied to the gutnik scam? if so, why did so many from anash dismiss it and hence lost their shirts?

selective memory
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selective memory

Drizin quote: Now, every few years since then, I used to check – maybe the Rebbe’s “never” is over. I would take a gamble and buy stocks worth $1000, but I always lose. Mendelovitz once convinced …” Sounds like he didn’t really believe if he kept trying. And he blames a loss on a person by name? Kind of wimpy. And he probably took advice from that person in other things to, so he should have also mentioned good for that person also. But Drizin is generaly known to be a nice, giving man, so he should maybe just keep… Read more »

Rebbe
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Rebbe

It’s well known the Rebbes view against stocks but like in everything there may be exceptions.

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