As I said in “Not allow or do not want to spend time on stocks?” As mentioned in the article, any no-brainer investment method must meet the following two simple requirements
Most people make excuses for failure
Are you “not allow” or “unwilling” to spend time researching stocks?
Fund size really matters in terms of return on investment.
Sustainability is key to long-term investment success
I have repeatedly emphasized in the 4-3 of my book “The Rules of 10 Baggers” and 1-5 in the “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing“, as well as in the blog: “An investor only needs to choose two or three stocks in his life. Can make you very rich; without holding too many stocks, … Continue reading “Two or three stocks in your life can make you very rich”
But in stock market investment, the above-mentioned rules that we are used to in our human society (those with good performance, positive reward, can almost be sustained) do not hold water.
Successful businesses are improvers, not inventors. Many investors are working hard to find companies that can disrupt the market or fundamentally change technology, hoping to seize the opportunity and gain the first opportunity to invest,
Do it right a few times in your lifetime is enough, Good investments are very rare, I quoted Charlie Munger, “Good investments are very ‘rare’, and when this once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity presents itself, you have to bet all your chips.” in my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”