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In this Episode We go over the "Bets we got wrong"
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You learn more from the bets you got wrong than the bets you got right
Link To Hawthorne Effect
“Most expensive advice is bad advice”
2) Use math (which is pattern recognition not calculation and statistics)
3)Rigorously apply logic
4) Make a good decision that consistently results in free cash flow, profit and money.
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Reference for Podcast Episodes Evidence is defined as
information and events that can be proven
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information
2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % "luck factor" is added to the process
Anti-Social Personality Disorder
1) Lack Of remorse
3) Lack Of Empathy
4) Superficial Charm
5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
6) Distorted sense of Self
7) Constant source of new sensations Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc.
Technical Analysis implies interpretation of patterns