Posted in Money on June 9th, 2017
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Very cool idea that was crowdfunded and lives up to its hype.
China continues to accumulate real resources. In resource accumulation, China knows the time it lives in; in demographics, however, it does not. In the long run, demographics will have a bigger impact regardless of how many resources it accumulates.
Speaking of demographics, if the United States hadn’t wasted high school and college years weakening its youth, it would actually be one of the top countries to invest in since it has one of the best demographic profiles. However, US Millennials and iGens have spent their youth learning weakness, even if they come in great numbers.
Goldman Sachs sees the death of value investing. I don’t agree, but I highly respect their view here and I see why they come to this view. True value investors have changed form and this is what they miss. Still, their thoughts are A+.
What a powerful vision and talk about building something that lasts. Embrace and pursue your vision.
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In 4 Financial Lessons From Alexander Suvorov we learned about finance from the context of history’s greatest general. Alexander Suvorov was never defeated in battle and was almost always the underdog. In addition to ending the Russian-Ottoman War, he also defeated Napoleon’s top commanders. In practices, his favorite virtues were discipline, courage, humility, and urgency. History has no other general equal to Suvorov.