Here is my summary and review of "Insider Buy Superstocks". It has some important concepts to achieve great investment returns.
Life is Like Playing Poker, not Chess
Life is poker, not chess. Chess contains no hidden information with no luck. Poker has incomplete information. It’s a game of decision-making under conditions of uncertainty over time.
Revisiting Buffett’s 1977 Fortune Article “How Inflation Swindles The Equity Investor”
How a corporation operates internally and how those internal processes interact with inflation in the economy and financial markets.
Of Twitter’s Subscription Business, and Uber’s Recent Earnings Report
Twitter’s Subscription Business Elon Musk, Twitter's new owner, announced today that the firm cannot be sustained only by advertising and tweeted information regarding its subscription plans. https://www.straitstimes.com/world/united-states/elon-musk-announces-11-monthly-charge-for-verified-twitter-accounts In essence, this is a fairly standard business question. which is "how to collect more money from users who might be willing to pay more". However, it seems … Continue reading Of Twitter’s Subscription Business, and Uber’s Recent Earnings Report
Dalio And Bridgewater See Stocks Have Further To Fall
Ray Dalio and his hedge fund research team at Bridgewater have been vocal about their bearish outlook for stocks. Here is why.
Investing During a Market Crash
It's important to be aware of the dangers associated with investing during a market crash. Here are some key things to watch out for.
Quick thoughts on Adobe’s 20bn acquisition of Figma.
Adobe made news last night of acquiring a smaller company for $20 billion. The market reacted by dropping over $30 billion in market cap.
Meaningless Jobs and Quiet Quitting
Jobs are provided to us but the mundane, spreadsheet-filling and mid-level manager-dominated roles we perform can barely be considered "work".
Is The Market Going to Crash?
Market crash may sting, especially considering the stellar annual returns of the past few years, but this is all completely normal from a historical perspective.
Ramblings about the Current Stock Market Conditions
Do not stress over what you cannot control. Control the budget and buy the dip. Real wealth is built during markets like this.