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green shoots

We are definitely living through the financial equivalent of the steroids era on Wall Street, with celebrity fund managers jacking up their assets under management and posting (allegedly) too-good-to-be-true returns. But beyond the ego-driven corruption of places like Manhattan and Greenwich, there are hopeful signs that things might be getting better in my industry. Not surprisingly, two of the best examples of this trend come from a place regular readers of this blog know I am quite fond of: Texas.

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