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I was up over 20% through October, then oil crashed causing two of my large investments to tumble. Another investment in a financial company that we owned also declined around the same time, which resulted in us slightly underperforming the market after fees. 2015 was the roughest year Ive had as an investor and was down roughly 15%. Everything that looked like a bargain was a value trap. It was widely publicized that billionaire Bill Ackman ( Trades , Portfolio ) was down 20% for that year. Billionaire fund manager David Einhorn ( Trades , Portfolio ) had only one negative year since he founded his firm in 1996, but he was down 20% in 2015 as well. Also in 2015, billionaire value investor Seth Klarman ( Trades , Portfolio )s hedge fund was reported to have had only his third negative year in 33 years. It was a tough year, and I had excellent company, but it did not excuse my poor performance and mistakes. I was embarrassed and frustrated.
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I just hope I can enjoy some delicious venison for the next few weeks. This past week, I read about a hunting accident that took place in Berkeley county. A 15-year-old boy was wounded in an apparent hunting accident on Oct. 28, just after 5 p.m. The youth was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital in Fairfax County, Virginia. The person who is believed to have shot the teenager was questioned by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police. On the opening day of the buck season, there were two tree stand fall injuries in Harrison County. The first occurred at about 9 a.m., when a 48-year-old woman fell from her tree stand on Range Road near Reynoldsville. The lady was taken to United Hospital Center with unknown injuries but was conscious and alert while being transported. Another person fell from a tree stand at Hepzibah just off the County Route 18. At the Stonewall Jackson Wildlife Management Area, a Pennsylvania man had to be taken to a local hospital after tripping and breaking a leg.
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