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Psychology of Human Nature

It will give you a feel for human nature. They take psychological subjects, and they show them a white square against a black background. And they ask them to estimate how far away the square is. They tell them it is between 1 and 20 feet away. And they ask them to estimate the error […]

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Curiosity Tendency Bias

Many things in life involve tradeoffs.  A source of what is good in life can be a source of what is bad in life. That inevitable tradeoff applies to curiosity-and there is nothing like failure and mistakes to teach a person the right approach to curiosity. The wise investor will acquire a sort of muscle […]

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Investing is a long-term journey

Investing is a long-term journey You can think of investing as a long-term journey, a veritable marathon, with many starts, stops, changes of scenery and occasional bumps. Moreover, we believe you will be much more likely to achieve your investment objectives if you know what to expect along the way. Your own psychology and ability […]

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Tips From Master Investors

1. “The key to investing is not assessing how much an industry is going to affect society, or how much it will grow, but rather determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage.” — Warren Buffett 2. “A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business.” — […]

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Patience And Diligence

Value investing is an art. In that, it brings many different disciplines to the fore when you take this type of investing to heart. And the funny thing is that it is part of our everyday life that we use constantly. Tell me about someone who isn’t looking for a deal on something that they  ed. […]

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Whose Cash Is It Anyway?

Identifying a company with a lot’s of cash stash and the ability to generate more is a great start. But the cash doesn’t do the shareholders any good unless management makes smart investment with it, or returns it to its owners via dividends or share buybacks. management talent and intentions are crucial. Sometimes there is just too much cash […]

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The Sources of Investment Returns

The returns of investing in an individual stock or in the entire stock market are determined by these three factors:   The Sources of Investment 1. Business growth    If we look at a particular business, the value of the business is determined by how much money this business can make. The growth in the value […]

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There are three ways to succeed as an investor

You can succeed intellectually, physically or emotionally. The intellectual way is how we would all like to succeed: being so smart that we understand things more clearly and see farther ahead than every other investor. The pre-eminent example, obviously, is Warren Buffett. But people like him are very, very, very rare. The physical way to succeed […]

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Tips From Master Investors

1. “The key to investing is not assessing how much an industry is going to affect society, or how much it will grow, but rather determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage.”   Warren Buffett 2. “A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business.”  Henry Ford […]