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Key Points from Book: The Disciplined Trader

As a trader, you have the power either to give yourself money or to give your money to other traders Painful emotional conditions are basically the result of unfulfilled expectstions You may not be able to control the markets, but … Continue reading

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Key Points from Book: Beating The Street

Good company usually increases its dividend every year You have to research the company before you put your money into it When you invest in stock market you should always diversify Just because a stock goes down doesn’t mean ut … Continue reading

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Key Points from Book: One Up on Wall Street

Never invest in any company before you’ve done the homework on the company’s earnings prospects, financial condition, competitive position, plans for expansion, and so forth History tells us that corrections occur every couple of years, and bear markets occur every … Continue reading

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Key Points from Book: Why Nations Fail

The only option for an economically viable colony was to create institutions that gave the colonists incentives to invest and to work hard Unlike in the US where competition was fierce, there was practically ni competition among Mexican banks. This … Continue reading

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Key Points from Book: Social Intelligence

The more stronly connected we are with someone emotionally, the greater the mutual force. Our most potent exchange occur with those people with who, we spend the greatest amount of time day in and day out, years after years, particularly … Continue reading

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