Does The Math Add Up For The Famous Volatility Short-Selling Guru?Mark Melin
Seth Golden, the $12-million-dollar man who transformed from a mild mannered Target logistics manager to become a short volatility trading superhero recently featured in the New York Times, is a study in contrasts. On one hand, he appears an American entrepreneurial success story, raising $500,000 in new hedge fund investments using social . . .
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