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In the financial market arena everyone is pundit and everyone has a say on one market or the other, sharing some blogof the unfortunate truths about investing some of them are from the past, and they stand true with the present scenario

  1. Saying “I’ll be greedy when others are fearful” is much easier than actually doing it.
  2. The gulf between a great company and a great investment can be extraordinary.
  3. Markets go through at least one big pull back every year, and one massive one every decade. Get used to it. It’s just what they do.
  4. There is virtually no accountability in the financial pundit arena. People who have been wrong about everything for years still draw crowds. Continue reading
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Was thought of sharing this a long back but skipped from my mind . Markets provides lot of learning opportunities and if imagesit is presented in the form of a movie it is more easy to remember. I am sharing some of the best movies that I saw and some quotes :

Most Corrupt Movie About Finance: Enron, The Smartest Guys In The Room
Best Line:I would like to know if you are on crack, if so that would explain a lot. If not, you may want to start because it’s going to be a long time before we trust you again.’ 

Most under-rated Vin Diesl Movie About The Stock Market: Boiler Room
Best line: Seth: What do you mean, you’re gonna pass? Alan, the only people making money passing are NFL quarterbacks and I don’t see a number on your back. Continue reading

imagesJoshua M Brown, did a fantastic collections for the learning’s done in 2012, Here are some of them which I really liked and thought of sharing :-

Herb Greenberg (CNBC): we can ignore the Mayans.

Lauren Young (Reuters): I often like the social media iteration of people more than the in-the-flesh version.

Tom Brakke (Research Puzzle): In investing and politics, detailed analysis and an effective ground game beat belief and bluster. Continue reading

What 2012 tought us ..

Joshua M Brown,  did a fantastic collections for the learning’s done in 2012, Here are some of them which I really liked fireworks_1781829band thought of sharing :-

Herb Greenberg (CNBC): we can ignore the Mayans.

Lauren Young (Reuters): I often like the social media iteration of people more than the in-the-flesh version.

Tom Brakke (Research Puzzle): In investing and politics, detailed analysis and an effective ground game beat belief and bluster. Continue reading

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