Investing Rules Do Not Change…and The Future of Technology and Society

The First Book Written About a Stock Market Is Selling for $300,000. It has appreciated 900 percent over the last 30 years.

The four principles Vega sets out are reasonably applicable to any amateur trader today:

On the off chance that you’re wrong, never give anyone advice to buy or sell shares.

Take every gain without showing remorse about missed profits, i.e., don’t kick yourself for missing the absolute peak of a share price.

Profits on the exchange are “the treasures of goblins,” meaning a profit today could be a loss tomorrow.

Finally, whoever wants to truly thrive as a trader has to have patience and money.

It is amazing how little has changed with respect to sound advice in markets.

Next up, this 2017 peer into the future of networks ended up back in my stream and I watched it again.

Seeing that the markets are closed today, make the time to watch this great video of Balaji on the future of technology and society.


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