Decision-Making: Investing, Business, Career, Life

One of problem in decision making is how the decision taken disconnect with the things we know we should do.
Same mistakes. How could?

Why is decision-making important?
Because sometimes it involves money. A lot of.

Decision-making is essential when it involves money. In 2010, Nokia stubbornly decided to use Symbian while all developers join iOS and Android. In 2017, Microsoft adopted a similar approach to challenge the duopoly. The Redmond-based company embedded Windows Phone in its Lumia lineup instead of Android. As you’ve already known, this decision lead to billion of losses.

Microsoft knows that the lack of developer support is the reason why Nokia – Symbian failed. Why did the tech giant still take that approach? It is interesting that under specific situations, people tend to take completely known wrong decisions. And it is not only about corporations. It could also happen at the individual level.

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Fundamental Analysis: Why Does It Go So Wrong?

Step by step fundamental analysis

Try to check headlines in some of investing media (blog or youtube channel). You will find articles like: “Why Nvidia rise 10% today” or “S&P500 down 5% due to job report.”. Or try to read conversations in the community like Reddit, ” Panasonic is battery stock due to its status as Tesla supplier.” We tell you, this is not fundamental analysis.

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