6 common wrong semiconductor investment myths

This article is to explore common semiconductor investment myths that most people have wrong about semiconductor investing, and they are horribly wrong.

This article is to explore common semiconductor investment myths that most people have wrong about semiconductor investing, and they are horribly wrong.

The most important qualifty for an investor is temperament, not intellect

I must admit that when I was young, I had doubts about the view of “The most important qualifty for an investor is temperament, not intellect”. However, after many years of practical investment experience, I found that I have become more and more in the same view that the key to long-term success of investors … Continue reading “The most important qualifty for an investor is temperament, not intellect”

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

The commonalities of Buffett portfolio – cheap, fixed income, repurchase

Mistakes of omission and mistakes of commission

In my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investingock Investing Rules” Chapter 5, 5-2, I mentioned Buffett’s admission of the biggest investing mistake he has made in recent years. And also in 5-2, one of Buffett’s stubborn and undeserved mistake that cost him $10 billion. He’s willing to admit mistakes and review them, which … Continue reading “Mistakes of omission and mistakes of commission”

Mr. Ge Ba talks about value and price again

Note: Following Mr. Ge Ba’s previous article “Ge Ba’s wonderful views on price and stop loss”, he put forward a wonderful palindrome view on my previous article “The Misunderstanding of Price and Value”. Yesterday, thanks to his willingness to sacrifice rest and spend a lot of time on holidays, based on recent volatility in growth … Continue reading “Mr. Ge Ba talks about value and price again”

Ge Ba’s wonderful views on price and stop loss

There is a company that lost 60% of its stock price from 1973 to 1975, 40% in October 1987, 50% from 1998 to 2000, and 51% from 2008 to 2009. If you say that 1973, 1987, and 2008 were all due to stock market crashes, of course all company stocks fall, not counting them. But … Continue reading “Ge Ba’s wonderful views on price and stop loss”

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