Buffet’s view in shareholder letters Buffett is a big advocate of inaction. In his 1996 letter, he explains why: almost every investor in the markets is better served by buying a few reliable stocks and holding on to them long-term rather than trying to time their buying and selling with market cycles. “The art of investing in … Continue reading “Sloth is a great virtue in stock investment”
Personality determines the success or failure of investment. If you don’t know who you are, the stock market is an expensive place to find out.
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”
Investing is not voting, mentioned the phrase “investing is not voting” in three places in my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”: 1-5, 5-4, and postscript.
Richer, Wiser, Happier. You may have read a lot of reviews of this book “Richer, Wiser, Happier”, but I’m going to talk about this book in a different way and from a different perspective.
There are hundreds of reasons for why people fail in stocks investment, and there is never any lack of discussion.
Patience, an indispensable element of investment success
Investors must persist to the end
Value and price, Mr. Ge Ba’s view
Why people with high IQ prone invest failed. In stock investment, temperament is the final decisive factor, not intelligence and IQ, nor the amount of funds. I certainly know that most people may disagree with my statement, but I’m just telling the truth that people don’t want to admit, let alone say.