The advantages of young people investing in stock ?

I recently shared my investment experience with a few young friends. These young friends of mine generally lament the long-term low pay and the hard-earned employment environment. Almost no one thinks that they can buy a house, get married and start a family by working hard, let alone get rich or retire early. Don’t play … Continue reading “The advantages of young people investing in stock ?”

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”

Workplace skills doesn’t help much in investment

Many readers have carefully read the author’s preface in my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”; ask if I could elaborate what I said: “Many successful skills required for stock market investment, which are just the opposite of the main skills of successful workplace work.” Mediocrity in the workplace If we have been … Continue reading “Workplace skills doesn’t help much in investment”

Investment master John Maynard Keynes

Why is Keynes worth studying? Keynes is the most respected master of overall economy in modern times. The main economic policies of modern countries are almost all implementing Keynes’s theory, but few people know that he is also a very successful investor. When he was young, Keynes was proud of his talents and adopted a … Continue reading “Investment master John Maynard Keynes”

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