Things work better when your style matches your contextual environment.
Superficial factors should not affect the investment choice.
Sometimes leverage looks easy to use and benefit. It always contains risk you can avoid.
Some indicators must be put into context before they make sense.
Finding a new business to invest in and make a hundred times your investment is getting harder.
Context matters when making decisions. Understand two of the factors. Borders and thresholds.
Planning should be operated by people who want a result and their guides.
Some know-it-alls know less than they think. Avoid acting on assumed knowledge.
You can predict many things by following the idea of “cui bono” To whom the good. Think it through.
You won’t learn much by repeating mistakes. How big must a mistake be before you pay attention to it?