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    Quote Originally Posted by kiora View Post
    Pretty boring really.Trading more of adrenal rush egh!
    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ho...of2&yptr=yahoo

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    Some good reading there kiora --- I like this part

    CONCLUSION: Holding the right stocks for the long term is the key to outsized returns in our
    experience. Once we have identified a stock to buy with a long-term perspective in mind, we will hold
    onto the stock as long as the investment case is working as expected
    People don't have ideas, ideas have people

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    "The more assured the profits in the future, the higher the price you could pay today."
    " characterized by a “winner take all” or “winner take most” dynamic. Combine this with the fact that they require little to no capital to grow, and you have Value 3.0—business models that are both radically new and enormously valuable"
    "Try to find companies with a small market share, a huge addressable market, and a large competitive advantage"
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/warre...110041827.html

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    A lot of these strategies don't hold well to your broker (especially NZ brokers where they are incentivized to make investors 'hyperactive'). Buffet has been very clear for decades that the small investor who doesn't have the time to learn about finance, should simply buy the index ETF.

    The view of NZ investors is contrary to what Buffet's belief. For eg. it's best not to issue dividends because it's simply not tax efficient. Especially in NZ where there are no capital gains (YET?), why do you want to emphasis on dividend payout when it simply affects the book value of the company and thus, the share price erodes or stays flat.

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