How to invest with your local hedge fund, according to the man who built it

As a kid growing up in the Midwest, I remember watching the same old sitcoms and cartoons.

It was the most exciting time of the year, and there were so many new shows.

In fact, it was so exciting to watch that when I turned 17, I was hooked.

I was lucky enough to start my own hedge fund in the early 1990s, and I started to invest a lot of money.

But my father, who worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, told me not to get too excited.

He was not going to let me start my fund until he saw a few of the stocks it was trading on.

And I’m telling you, my dad didn’t get excited, because he was still trying to figure out what to do with my money.

I thought about starting my own fund as soon as I graduated high school, but I wasn’t a big fan of the idea.

My dad always thought investing was crazy, and he would never, ever, ever invest.

So I started my own, with the help of my uncle.

The uncle, a local real estate developer, had been a partner in one of the largest real estate companies in the world, the C.F.S., and he had a great portfolio.

So when I got my first call from the C.

“I said, ‘Dad, I’m going to build this fund, and we’re going to buy everything that we want.

I’m not going sell anything, and you’re going do all of the research.

I just want to make sure that the investments are really good.’

And he said, “No, Dad, this is crazy.

You can’t do this.

“And he said the same thing to me, which is that it was crazy to invest.

But, like, if you want to do it, then I was going to invest in it.

And so I went to work.

I started with my uncle, who was a very good real estate guy.

He gave me advice.

I asked questions, he helped me.

I did research, I did all of that.

And then when I was ready to invest, I started doing research.

And so, I had this huge portfolio.

And that was my first investment.

I didn’t have the money to buy all of these stocks.

I was able to put a small amount into my portfolio, which I would later buy back.

And eventually, I ended up with a very healthy, good portfolio of about 10 percent of what I invested in.

And by the time I was 21, I thought that was the right investment.

But the same went for my uncle who had invested in other companies that were growing, like the real estate industry.

And my uncle said, when you’re starting your own fund, the best way to start it is to go buy every single company you can.

And if you don’t like what you see, you’re not going invest in that company anymore.

And it worked out.

And as soon I started investing, I felt good about it.

I started investing because I was desperate to make money.

I didn’t want to work anymore.

I couldn’t get a job.

So, I made it my mission to go after every company in the real-estate industry.

So I started building companies.

I got into some very big ones, like Westgate, the world’s largest discount chain.

And the biggest one I worked for was a discount chain that was really successful.

I saw that it had a very stable revenue, but they were losing money every year.

And, like my uncle always said, there’s no way to beat the stock market.

I ended up buying a lot more than I would have liked.

And when I had to sell my company, I didn�t have the capital to buy back the stock.

So it was a good decision.

So now, I have about $600 million of my portfolio.

The most I’ve ever made in one day.

And I had a lot to be proud of.

I had managed a $1 billion hedge fund and managed $400 million of hedge funds.

And at the end of the day, I just did what I thought was the best thing for me, and it worked.

And in a lot better shape than I ever thought it would.

So that’s a pretty great portfolio for me to be sitting in today.