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Stocks — Part V: Keeping it simple, considerations and tools by jlcollinsnh 205 Comments Simple is good. Simple is easier. Simple is more profitable. What I’m going to share with you in these next couple of articles is the soul of simplicity. With it you’ll learn all you need to know to produce better investmentContinue reading “Stocks: Keeping it simple”
by jlcollinsnh 24 Comments Story goes that back in 1929 Joseph Kennedy was getting his shoes shined and the shoeshine boy began offering him stock tips. Kennedy promptly returned to his office and sold all his shares. The market crashed and the cash he was sitting on suddenly became the most valuable thing you couldContinue reading “Time to sell?”
Posted April 13, 2021 by Nick Maggiulli The biggest story in finance over the past few weeks concerns Bill Hwang, the founder of Archegos Capital, who lost a record $20 billion in the span of two days. How did he do it? Leverage and lots of it. Hwang had levered up about 5x through anContinue reading “When Wealth Isn’t Real”
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