The knowledge required for investment is breadth, not depth as most people think

Why most engineers can’t get rich by investing? Have you ever thought about why technology stocks have soared almost every year in the past few decades, which is the fundamental force driving the rise of US stocks. Technological engineers who know a particular field very well are like the crucian carp, but most of the … Continue reading “The knowledge required for investment is breadth, not depth as most people think”

Non-quantitative factors determine success or failure of an investment

Non-quantitative factors determine success or failure of an investment

Non-quantitative factors determine success or failure of an investment

Good companies are rare, two or three will make you very rich. Take Texas Instruments as an example

Good companies are rare, two or three will make you very rich. Take Texas Instruments as an example

Good companies are rare, two or three will make you very rich. Take Texas Instruments as an example

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