Category: Investing

A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words.


Holding reasonable expectations is a big part of success.

A Story About Context


Be very cautious when you assume the enthusiasm of other investors will drive the price of a stock higher.

The Investment World Is Moderately Crazy


Be careful. The next decade may not look like anything we have seen in recent past.

The Short Run and The Long Run


Things work better when your style matches your contextual environment.

Stocks Are Not Intuitive


Superficial factors should not affect the investment choice.

What Does Economic Rent Mean?


When does rent seeking become unethical? Should it?

Investment Leverage


Sometimes leverage looks easy to use and benefit. It always contains risk you can avoid.

Assessing Stocks Using Numbers


Some indicators must be put into context before they make sense.

Big Businesses Evolve Product


Finding a new business to invest in and make a hundred times your investment is getting harder.

Edges And Thresholds


Context matters when making decisions. Understand two of the factors. Borders and thresholds.

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