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My questions is why would Jim Simons talk to a Wall Street Journal reporter for so long? Then he begs him not to a book. I don’t get it. Can some one explain this?

Here is the video response:

…we had Greg Zuckerman of the Wall Street Journal up at the Compound to talk about his new book, The Man Who Solved the Market – the first ever deep dive into Jim Simons and his legendary firm Renaissance Technology. Renaissance has pulled over $100 billion in trading profits out of the markets since its founding decades ago, in a highly secretive approach that combines mathematical equations with cutting edge technology. Zuckerman conducted over 400 interviews with current and former employees of the firm and even spent a few days with Simons himself – despite the fact that he didn’t want this story told or the book written….

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