Tag: philosophy

Collateral, Leverage, & Volatility: The What, How, & When To Invest

Image by Peter Kaul from Pixabay There’s nothing like a crisis to bring foundational investing principles to the fore. They lay all my triumphs and tribulations bear for me to see. Evasion is no longer possible. Assumptions, rationalizations, and truths are crystallized as profits and losses. This turbulence, though, is a crucible for learning. For..

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An Investment Philosophy: Who Needs It

The School of Athens by Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino sourced from Wikipedia   Despite the opulent or debauched images one might have about the investment industry (depending on one’s perspective), the fact is that investing is a highly intellectual pursuit. I don’t mean this in the colloquial sense where one ruminates on meaningless abstract ideas purely for..

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