Informational Enhancement. The Deck is in The Detail
Peter Lynch has emphasized the importance of diligence in finding information. In investing, the person that turns over the most rocks wins the game. If you look at ten companies you’ll find one that’s interesting. When you look at twenty, you’ll find two. The time you look at 100, you’ll find ten”. We are here to help you turn those rocks and dig deeper.
Analytical Enhancement. You Don’t Need Straight Flush to Win
In his book1, James Montier stated that investors have an obsession with gathering more and more information. They have a belief that doing that means having more advantages than others. Unfortunately, the human brain doesn’t work that way. More information not necessarily leads to greater accuracy. The investor can refer to the study here
In the information age, technology has created data or information which outpace human capacity to interpret or to analyze. As a result, investors are prone to information overload more than ever. This mental trap can effectively distract our focus and weaken our decision making. Regarding this, James Montier once questioned whether investors ever to take time to consider how much information they actually need.
Investingdeck try to present your article in an efficient way. We are here to help the investor by providing information that really matters. Information that has a significant impact on the firm’s profitability. There is a lot of rock’s waiting. Let us help you find which rocks need to deal with.
Behavioral Enhancement. Playing Your Card
We all know investing wisdom. When we do what others do, our return will be average. According to Warren Buffet, the investor needs to “buy when other fears and sell when other greed”. In reality, buying in the midst of market panic is extremely difficult. The other wisdom isn’t different. Still from Warren Buffett, “If you aren’t thinking about owning a stock for 10 years, don’t even think about owning it for 10 minutes”. Ten years sitting and waiting for our investment is not easy at all. It seems that no matter the abundance of investing wisdom we have, we still tend to react to the opposite.
One theory that could explain this cognitive phenomenon is evolutionary theory. From this perspective, the human brain is well designed for survival mode. Thus, it works better for the ecosystem a hundred thousand years ago rather than the information age. We are better at sensing the danger of sabertooth cat’s threat rather than realizing the bubble of the housing market. Investingdeck wants to help investors correct this psychological problem. We’ve turned the rock and found something under it. It’s time to react accordingly.
Triumvirate of Poker: Informational – Analytical – Behavioral.
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- The Little Book of Behavioral Investing