Heath, forget 8 hours a day in front of the computer. Try 13, and that doesn't include doing the books.
Painter's retirement plan didn't work for him. He retired broke. Lem Banker? He made his big money shading people he moved for. When Roxy replaced Bob Martin and sportsbetting became computerized, he was left in the dust as far as real handicapping goes. His final advice to me was to invest in Ginny Mae's. Bob McCune? I'm still waiting for him to say something profound and useful.