Parkinson’s Law is mostly applied to productivity which states that work expands to fill the time available for its completion – and this means that if you give yourself a week to complete a two hour task, then (psychologically speaking) the task will increase in complexity and become more daunting so as to fill that … Continue reading Applying Parkinson’s Law to Investing & Yielding Greater Returns
I remember a good friend coming to me one day all excited because according to him, one of the banks he owns shares in had announced that they had added 3 new branches to their growing branch network. He was excited because according to him, this means the price of the shares is about to … Continue reading What causes stock prices to change?
I was recently having a discussion with a friend who had just finished reading about the investment strategy of Warren Buffet (he is considered as the world’s best investor). My friend was amazed to find out that Warren Buffet knows to a large extent the details of the operations of any business in which he … Continue reading The 2 types of Investors