25 Standard Causes of Human Misjudgment by Charlie Munger

25 Standard Causes of Human Misjudgment by Charlie Munger

The psychology of human misjudgment is one of the all-time classic discussions that better explain how to improve decision-making when investing.  Charlie Munger explains how his ignorance leaving Harvard Law School evolved and has been concisely summarized in this list of 25 causes of human misjudgment. Read More

Winklevoss Twins Explain Bitcoin

Winklevoss Twins Explain Bitcoin

The Winklevoss twins lost the war against Zuckerberg for Facebook but they are heavily betting on bitcoin.  But what is bitcoin? And what opportunity do they see in for virtual crypto-currencies in the future? Read More

Can Xiaomi Threaten Apple?

Can Xiaomi Threaten Apple?

Imagine a company that allows you to customize your phone. Imagine a company that provided almost as much functionality as an iPhone but charged you a fraction of the price. Imagine Xiaomi. Is this why alarm bells are sounding at Apple or is Apple poised to soar?  Bloomberg discusses… Read More

Berkshire (BRK.B) Offering Possible 11.23% Return Over the Next 26 Calendar Days

Berkshire (BRK.B) Offering Possible 11.23% Return Over the Next 26 Calendar Days

Berkshire’s most recent trend suggests a bullish bias. One trading opportunity on Berkshire is a Bull Put Spread using a strike $125.00 short put and a strike $115.00 long put offers a potential 11.23% return on risk over the next 26 calendar days. Maximum profit would be generated if the Bull Put Spread were to → Read More

A Rebound in the Markets?

A Rebound in the Markets?

We had a nice little rebound in the markets last week. The Stochastics indicator on the S&P 500 suggests this rebound could go further. Looking at other recent rebounds, last week’s progress may take the S&P well above 1900. However, we are still in the early part of earnings season. The seasonal charts for the → Read More

Flash Boys: High Frequency Trading Exposed

Flash Boys: High Frequency Trading Exposed

Michael Lewis reveals with extraordinary transparency through an engaging character-driven narrative how high frequency trading has impacted the markets from the most sophisticated institutional investor to the individual and everyone in between. For anybody with a keen interest in understanding how the markets really work, this is another must-read from Michael Lewis. Read More


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