Investors outperform the majority by rising above the fear, greed, and impatience that the majority of investors can’t overcome. Here are the ten common traits shared by some of the world’s greatest investors that made the most money by holding stocks. The top investors think for themselves and do not look to others for tips […]
This is a Guest Post by AK of Fallible AK has been an analyst at long/short equity investment firms, global macro funds, and corporate economics departments. He co-founded Macro Ops and is the host of Fallible.
This is a Guest Post by Alex @MacroOps which was posted originally here: Hedge Fund Manager Mark Sellers On Becoming A Great Investor and is reposted here with permission. This is a killer talk I came across from Hedge Fund manager Mark Sellers, speaking to some Harvard MBA kids on what it takes to make it
This is a Guest Post by Alex @MacroOps which was posted originally here at: The Investment Clock and is reposted here with permission. The month of September is shaping up to be an eventful one for markets. Here’s a snapshot of what will dominate price action and news flow over the next 30 days. North
Liquid Funds as an alternative to Saving Deposits Image Source : http://bit.ly/2pVQlAg This is a guest post by Ankit Jaiswal @kredentacademy. The Liquid funds, also popularly known as Money Market funds, are an investment tool to earn interest or return. As the name suggest, liquid funds represents highly liquid debt securities. Essentially these are low
This is a guest post from Kim Iskyan, publisher of Stansberry Churchouse Research, an independent investment research company based in Singapore and Hong Kong that delivers investment insight on Asia and around the world. This post originally posted at “Why you need to act when an investment isn’t working out” and is republished here with permission.
This is a guest post from Kim Iskyan, publisher of Stansberry Churchouse Research, an independent investment research company based in Singapore and Hong Kong that delivers investment insight on Asia and around the world. This post originally posted here at Why investors should be happy – when consumers are not. It is republished here with permission.
Survivorship bias, or survival bias, is the logical error of concentrating on the people or things that “survived” some process and inadvertently overlooking those that did not because of their lack of visibility. This can lead to false conclusions in several different ways. – Wikipedia There is survivor bias in looking at trading and investing
Warren Buffett became the richest man in the world through practicing his own edge in investing. Few can duplicate his process because it requires incredible discipline and patience and compounding of returns over decades. He also went from simply investing in stocks through his partnership when he was younger to acquiring whole companies through his holding