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List of Investment Mantras
venkataramanan, Professor, India
Let's collect a list of investment mantras here! If possible, let's also add the circumstances / market conditions that make them valid (or not). 1. "When confident, concentrate; when doubtful diversify". When is this considered a sensible advice? 2. "Don't put all your eggs in one basket". In what kind of circumstances is this a smart strategy? 3. "Buy at bottom + 1 and sell at top -1". Is this a good strategy? If not why? If yes when? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  4. "Keep your Eyes Open. Base your theory on facts. Don't filter facts to suit your your theory".
I found this one in an investment book. Says that you should keep digging and even one deviation from your theory can be a valid reason to make a new assumption and a new theory.
The investor faces a time versus safety dilemma.

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