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Let me suggest a short list of some favorite earlier posts to take a look at while we are away:
A good place to start. What it takes to do well in the battle for investment survival. You need an edge. The edge for investors is what I call the behavioral edge. You don’t need more data than everyone else. You don’t need to be smarter. You just need to master your own behavior. Check out these posts:
Linked to the behavioral edge is the mindset to deal with stock market volatility. Here are a couple of useful posts to check out:
The KISS approach to investing (keep it simple stupid) is to invest in great companies but only at very attractive prices: Here are some straightforward posts on discovering great companies.
We are exposed to all manner of charts. They supposedly make clear all sorts of things about finance and economics. But you need to be smart about reading them. Charts can lie through their teeth.
And don’t forget the Tags Index on the home page. It gives easy access to over 150 great posts on everything from the subtleties of intangible assets to Warren Buffett’s concept of economic goodwill vs Accounting Goodwill.
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