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Unraveling the Secret to Superior Investment Strategy: the Personal Economic Benchmark

Suppose you are a believer in the philosophy of value or focus investing. In that case, you inherently understand that market prices don’t always equate to the intrinsic worth of a company. Thus, market prices often fall short as a reliable yardstick for assessing a company’s real-time performance. This begs the question, what, then, should be your golden benchmark?

Investing Fundamentals: Probabilities (Free Tool)

“If you don’t get this elementary, but mildly unnatural, mathematics of elementary probability into your repertoire, then you go through a long life like a one-legged man in an ass-kicking contest.” – Charles T. Munger If you’re like me when I started learning how to invest, I knew I should know how to use probabilities in my process but I thought it would come later.