Should Investors Stick Their Necks Out? Salvador Dali, the surrealistic painter, described the Giraffe as a “masculine cosmic apocalyptic monster.” He believed it to be a premonition of war. In his 1937 painting, “The Burning Giraffe,” Dali said it is “a kind of allegory which serves to illustrate a certain insight.” In nature, Giraffes use their height and keen eyesight to see danger coming from a distance. They could be considered an early warning system.
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