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By: Sean Ryan
Investing is a three-dimensional juggling act that involves Market Approach (what to buy or sell), Trading and Timing Strategies (when to buy or sell), and Risk and Money Management (how much return and risk to take). To increase the probability of investment success all the three dimensions should be performed whether you are fund manager or an investor.
So how do you differentiate yourself from a fund manager? – Basically you come up with answers to the same three questions (what . . . , when . . . ., and how much . . .) using different means...read more
They spooked the Microsoft founder into early retirement. Now they're going to bring down his empire and make a handful of investors rich. You can join them -- but you must act now.
In Redmond, Washington, one of the world's richest -- and most powerful -- businessmen sent an urgent memo to his top engineers and most-trusted managers.
It sounded the alarm that a very disruptive "wave" was about to wash over the entire world -- forever changing the way we get information and do business.
It also warned this would wipe out the $200 billion business empire he'd spent
his life building.
Meanwhile, a few hundred miles south, on the banks of the Columbia River, a mysterious outfit known only as "Design LLC" quietly constructed two massive, windowless warehouses.
This mammoth undertaking was code-named "Project 2," and the International Herald Tribune described the towering monolithic structures as "looming like an information-age nuclear plant."
I realize this may sound like something out of a Tom Clancy novel, but I think you'll want to bear with me, because...read more