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How to Win the Loser's Game - Part 5

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Posted by Sensible Investing TV

on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 11:33

“Do you play the market?”. The answer should be a resounding no as the market is not a game. In fact it’s quite scientific. A trio of nobel prize winning economists each have created a model that better helps us to understand the science behind the market. Let’s see what Harry Markowitz, William F. Sharpe and Eugene Fama can teach us about the science of the stock market and of modern portfolio theory. Let’s watch….

“If you are serious about investing and building wealth the video documentary series ‘How To Win The Losers Game” is a must see. It’s excellent. 

After watching the video if you want to learn more about better low-cost, long-term, low-maintenance, diversified investment strategies, download our free guide “12 Essential Ideas For Building Wealth” by clicking on the banner at the top of this page.

Paul Philip, Financial Wealth Builders Securities

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No One Can Time the Market Consistently

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Posted by Paul Philip

on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 11:22

davidchambersMarket timers use a vast array of techniques to gain an advantage on everyone else. Some study companies while others look to the economy. John Maynard Keynes is considered to be the father or modern day macroeconomics. Was he successful in his attempts to time the market? Let's find out.... CLICK HERE to watch the complete video

The Evidence-Based Investor Video series is a service provided by Paul Philip and the team at Financial Wealth Builders Securities

 



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3 Ways to Self-finance Your Growing Company

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Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Wednesday, 13 January 2016 01:07

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The best capital to inject into your growing business, with the lowest cost, best terms and least dilution, is the capital you never have to raise or borrow.  External financing is a very resource intensive process, requiring an investment of time and energy which takes you away from the more important task of satisfying customers and growing a business.  In addition, the opportunity cost associated with a financing round can be significant and is often ignored by an entrepreneur, or at least underestimated, as many later stage technology entrepreneurs follow the “must get financing script”.  Finally, as with any monetary transaction, accepting debt or equity brings not only cash, but a partner, whether you like it or not.  For many companies, it’s just not worth it, particularly if there is a better way.


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Investing Lessons from the Farm

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Posted by Tony Sagami - Mauldin Economics

on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 08:35

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Image 1a 20160112 CTDMy parents were hard-working vegetable famers in western Washington, but making ends meet was always a struggle.

My classmates laughed at my hand-me-down clothes and logger boots with holes in the soles, but I never went to bed hungry and my mother kissed me goodnight every night until I left for college.

Farm work was hard and I hated it—I mean really hated it—at the time, but I now think that those years on the farm were the foundation of the success that I enjoy today.

Moreover, there’s a surprising number of investment lessons that I learned as the son of a farmer.

Boring Work Is the Most Important Work



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How to invest (and grow) your savings in 2016

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Posted by Simon Black - Sovereign Man

on Sunday, 10 January 2016 10:51

Unknown“Simon. What do you personally invest in?”

This is a question I’m often asked, particularly at the start of the new year.

I’m a value investor, which means I buy high quality assets “on sale” for less than their intrinsic value.

This includes private companies, real estate, productive agriculture…

And it also includes public companies (stocks).

Now, I’ve been publicly critical of the dangers of investing in the stock market...

But value investing is the exception.



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