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John Thomas is a 50-year veteran of the financial markets, and has the scars to prove it.
From the 1970’s, he worked as the Tokyo correspondent for The Economist and the Financial Times, covering China’s Cultural Revolution and the Vietnam War. During the great bull market of the 1980’s he ran the institutional equity trading desk at Morgan Stanley, and personally covered the Persian Gulf countries. In Operation Desert Storm he flew special ops as a combat pilot for the US Marine Corps.
In the nineties, he founded the first international dedicated hedge fund. He sold that business for a huge profit in 1999, and retired to create a revolutionary new natural gas fracking business in West Texas.
Foreseeing a major market crash and missing the adrenaline of the financial markets, he founded the Diary of a Mad Hedge Fund Trader in 2008.
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