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Seeing a Spectacular Return with an Eye-Popping Eyewear Company!

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A portfolio that includes technology companies has proven to be a strong competitor and is outperforming the competition.

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Zachzach seems no power for now..lets wait after 4pm...
03/02/2023 3:47 PM


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Kindly note that as baby grow and mature, a 4-year-old transforms into a child, a 14-year-old becomes a teenager, a 24-year-old transforms into a young adult, and by the time they reach 34 years, they are considered adults.

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Zachzach Genetec baby step : when private placement end? after it end, will it still go up ?
03/02/2023 9:44 AM


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11. What Makes a Market Price

The general question of the relation of intrinsic value to the market quotation may be made clearer by the following chart, which traces the various steps culminating in the market price. It will be evident from the chart that the influence of what we call analytical factors over the market price is both partial and indirect — partial, because it frequently competes with purely speculative factors which influence the price in the opposite direction; and indirect, because it acts through the intermediary of people’s sentiments and decisions. In other words, the market is not a weighing machine, on which the value of each issue is recorded by an exact and impersonal mechanism, in accordance with its specific qualities. Rather should we say that the market is a voting machine, whereon countless individuals register choices which are the product partly of reason and partly of emotion.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/clZwRwPpjgv0O1jKG-U9z59re0O8vWKf8dYHFKjuoxB8KeOSm2JLGcLXv8wrt--fqdrLGLw3c25TlwRib_cwOdeZrv37X3e8xAgSMKqWpStL-EqCaYDxIFjLLIowkTIh5ktxHVFCv4mlX95slplEbtDH2rZMkLvp8FZ6ge2ha_GtfeglIrMiGwsoj5453A

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pang72 Ini simpan peti sejuk for one year..
Keluarkan boleh beli Tesla satu free Ahmoing satu minggu at Genting
02/02/2023 5:09 PM

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If you no need the money in short term. JUST HOLD.

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GENETEC - A baby step in a long term evolution...


I read this wisdom writing from a top article in i3investor

2. Long Term Investing is Hard

The biggest reasons more people do not practice long term investing are that –

It flies in the face of anything taught in business schools – that is, short termism – where most influencers/experts come from,
It requires a painful degree of patience because it is only over long periods of time that the market eventually gravitates toward value,
Life spans of businesses and their competitive advantage periods, on an average, are shortening,
Our attention spans and holding periods are shrinking, and
Noise is magnifying.

Given all of this, long term investing has become an increasingly difficult and contrarian endeavour. And so, not many investors have the ability or the wherewithal to practice it.

In fact, most people participating in the stock market don’t even understand what they are doing. This is especially when making money gets quick and easy, and they are doing great at it.

Like Aesop’s wolf in sheep’s clothing, they play a role contrary to their real character, which often leads them to the slaughterhouse.

However, the lack of patience of such people to invest with a long-term horizon creates the opportunity for the few committed to long-term holding periods.

In the battle between impatience and patience, the latter wins.

With over nineteen years of practicing long term investing with sincerity and with decent success (purely based on personal standards of success), and seeing a lot of my fellow investors drop out due to their disbelief in its continuity and now ruing their decisions, I can vouch for this powerful idea.

Long term investing is certainly hard, but if you know how to deal well with its hardness, it’s totally worth it.

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Can please write a short comments. why you pick the stock?


EV is the future.

It is a BABY STEP NOW.


2. Long Term Investing is Hard

The biggest reasons more people do not practice long term investing are that –

It flies in the face of anything taught in business schools – that is, short termism – where most influencers/experts come from,
It requires a painful degree of patience because it is only over long periods of time that the market eventually gravitates toward value,
Life spans of businesses and their competitive advantage periods, on an average, are shortening,
Our attention spans and holding periods are shrinking, and
Noise is magnifying.

Given all of this, long term investing has become an increasingly difficult and contrarian endeavour. And so, not many investors have the ability or the wherewithal to practice it.

In fact, most people participating in the stock market don’t even understand what they are doing. This is especially when making money gets quick and easy, and they are doing great at it.

Like Aesop’s wolf in sheep’s clothing, they play a role contrary to their real character, which often leads them to the slaughterhouse.

However, the lack of patience of such people to invest with a long-term horizon creates the opportunity for the few committed to long-term holding periods.

In the battle between impatience and patience, the latter wins.

With over nineteen years of practicing long term investing with sincerity and with decent success (purely based on personal standards of success), and seeing a lot of my fellow investors drop out due to their disbelief in its continuity and now ruing their decisions, I can vouch for this powerful idea.

Long term investing is certainly hard, but if you know how to deal well with its hardness, it’s totally worth it.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Can please write a short comments. why you pick the stock?


EV is the future.

It is a BABY STEP NOW.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

i am not able access this site on 5pm


genetec
d&o
dnex
eca
mi

each 20%


hope i am not late

i want to pick TESLA if u accept

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

I agree with Elon. A central banker trigger recession is hitting US & EU.

EV growth likely will be interrupted in short term.

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

i have been moving my fund to tesla since $150. I am not hoping it will rebound too soon.

If you plan to eat hamburgers throughout your life and are not a cattle producer, should you wish for higher or lower prices for beef?

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1 month ago | Report Abuse

Long term EV prospect is very good.

A BABY STEPS now.

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19. Investing in Uncertain Times

…is almost always more profitable than investing when everything seems certain.

Investors, like most people going about their daily lives, don’t like doubts and uncertainties – like the Covid-19 pandemic, or the Russia-Ukraine crisis. So, we would anything we can to avoid it.

Of course, it’s a good idea to avoid entirely what you can’t totally get your mind around, successful investing is largely about dealing well with uncertainties.

In fact, uncertainties are the most fundamental condition of the investing world.

Seth Klarman wrote in Margin of Safety –

Most investors strive fruitlessly for certainty and precision, avoiding situations in which information is difficult to obtain. Yet high uncertainty is frequently accompanied by low prices. By the time the uncertainty is resolved, prices are likely to have risen.

Investors frequently benefit from making investment decisions with less than perfect knowledge and are well rewarded for bearing the risk of uncertainty. The time other investors spend delving into the last unanswered detail may cost them the chance to buy in at prices so low that they offer a margin of safety despite the incomplete information.

What Klarman suggests is that if you need reassurance and certainty, you’re giving up quite a bit to get it. Like high fees to experts who would predict the future (which you falsely believe as certainty, which it isn’t), or expensive prices for stocks (because everyone knows their future is clear, which often isn’t).

On the other hand, if you can get in the habit of seeking out uncertainty, you’ll have developed a great instinct. Plus, in the long term, it’s highly profitable.

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17. When Stock Prices Fall, Are You Happy or Sad?

If you plan to eat hamburgers throughout your life and are not a cattle producer, should you wish for higher or lower prices for beef? Likewise, if you are going to buy a car from time to time but are not an auto manufacturer, should you prefer higher or lower car prices?

These questions, of course, answer themselves.

But now for the final exam: If you expect to be a net saver during the next five years, should you hope for a higher or lower stock market during that period?

Many investors get this one wrong. Even though they are going to be net buyers of stocks for many years to come, they are elated when stock prices rise and depressed when they fall.

In effect, they rejoice because prices have risen for the ‘hamburgers’ they will soon be buying! This reaction makes no sense.

Only those who will be sellers of equities in the near future should be happy at seeing stocks rise. Prospective purchasers should much prefer sinking prices.

Source: Warren Buffett, 1997 letter to shareholders

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11. What Makes a Market Price

The general question of the relation of intrinsic value to the market quotation may be made clearer by the following chart, which traces the various steps culminating in the market price. It will be evident from the chart that the influence of what we call analytical factors over the market price is both partial and indirect — partial, because it frequently competes with purely speculative factors which influence the price in the opposite direction; and indirect, because it acts through the intermediary of people’s sentiments and decisions. In other words, the market is not a weighing machine, on which the value of each issue is recorded by an exact and impersonal mechanism, in accordance with its specific qualities. Rather should we say that the market is a voting machine, whereon countless individuals register choices which are the product partly of reason and partly of emotion.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/clZwRwPpjgv0O1jKG-U9z59re0O8vWKf8dYHFKjuoxB8KeOSm2JLGcLXv8wrt--fqdrLGLw3c25TlwRib_cwOdeZrv37X3e8xAgSMKqWpStL-EqCaYDxIFjLLIowkTIh5ktxHVFCv4mlX95slplEbtDH2rZMkLvp8FZ6ge2ha_GtfeglIrMiGwsoj5453A

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@faridfet

please read above.


faridfet @Genetec A Baby Step… what is happening? In 1 day almost -10%
28/12/2022 1:07 PM

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I read this wisdom writing from a top article in i3investor

2. Long Term Investing is Hard

The biggest reasons more people do not practice long term investing are that –

It flies in the face of anything taught in business schools – that is, short termism – where most influencers/experts come from,
It requires a painful degree of patience because it is only over long periods of time that the market eventually gravitates toward value,
Life spans of businesses and their competitive advantage periods, on an average, are shortening,
Our attention spans and holding periods are shrinking, and
Noise is magnifying.

Given all of this, long term investing has become an increasingly difficult and contrarian endeavour. And so, not many investors have the ability or the wherewithal to practice it.

In fact, most people participating in the stock market don’t even understand what they are doing. This is especially when making money gets quick and easy, and they are doing great at it.

Like Aesop’s wolf in sheep’s clothing, they play a role contrary to their real character, which often leads them to the slaughterhouse.

However, the lack of patience of such people to invest with a long-term horizon creates the opportunity for the few committed to long-term holding periods.

In the battle between impatience and patience, the latter wins.

With over nineteen years of practicing long term investing with sincerity and with decent success (purely based on personal standards of success), and seeing a lot of my fellow investors drop out due to their disbelief in its continuity and now ruing their decisions, I can vouch for this powerful idea.

Long term investing is certainly hard, but if you know how to deal well with its hardness, it’s totally worth it.

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