Walking helps thinking

Earlier I mentioned that investment is actually a boring, tedious, long-term, lonely, basic research that needs to be repeated. Time, patience, and discipline are the three major elements of successful investment. Here comes the problem. Few people can endure these things for a long time, and humans rarely stay focused for more than 30 minutes. … Continue reading “Walking helps thinking”

Changes in corp insider and institution shareholding ratio

This is a wide-ranging topic. You can read another blog post of mine, “Why successful manager usually not a good investor?“. First of all, the proportion of shares held by corporate insiders is relatively high. Of course, comparably, it will have a bonus effect on confidence to the investors hold the company’s stock. Unless it … Continue reading “Changes in corp insider and institution shareholding ratio”

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