Simon is set up to be the villain--which is why people either love him or hate him. But he plays his role very, very well. He's not afraid to call out CEOs and analysts who give shady answers to questions, and is not afraid to pounce on weakness. But most importantly, he's there for the little guy.
The late Mark Haines would be proud.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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