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Saturday, 1 April 2017

Personal Investing Is Like That. If Not Then What??? (2)


Read? Personal Investing Is Like That. If Not Then What???

Read? You Know Company's Balance Sheet In Its Simplest Form???


Singapore Man of Leisure16 March 2017 at 20:25:00 GMT+8

CW,

I think a bigger problem than poor financial literacy is poor reading skills ;)

The main thrust of your post is the QUESTION you've asked:

"How many retail understand how a company GROWS its balance sheet in a simple layman understanding without an accounting background?"


Guess what?

"Seasoned retail investors" care more about proving you wrong that they know HOW to DEFINE what a balance sheet is.

Talk about big egos...

LOL!


Next time write with crayons.


Those who can't "read" should stay away from fundamental analysis and stick with pictures and cartoons as in technical analysis ;)


CW8888: Weekends exercise for Google Warriors

How about Google-ing this: "how does a company GROWS its balance sheet?"

At macro level without analyzing too much into deeper accounting details; how do you invest or pick stocks at your current personal financial position to your financial independence at point X over the next few market cycles.

Think over it the next few weekends or while travelling on MRT train.

How to get to Point X your next stop Financial Independence?

You know how?




3 comments:

  1. Whenever we read in the cyber world; we have to be clear about it. Is the author already at Point X or far distance away to Point X?

    Their current views MAY BE reflections at Point X rather than getting to Point X!

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    1. CW,

      Eh?

      This is a first!

      Got blogger give homework to readers one?

      LOL!

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