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- noun Plural form of
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That it is possible for investors to escape not just firm-specific risk, but also market risk, so that there will not be any risk to private-accounters from a stock market crash.
We've got several multi-accounters in our little group (ironically a couple of the biggest people who call me out for "cheating" which I have never done and would never do), we've got outright cheaters, liars, colluders, chip dumpers, incessant bad beat complainers, dickheads, losers, annoyingass mofos, you name it and we have them in our group.
Several well-known online players have been "outed" or have otherwise admitted to being multi-accounters in recent years, with the latest being Brian Townsend, one of the principals behind poker video-training site CardRunners.