Go against the tide when you identify it and see what isn’t being looked at. Not as a conspiracy but as fact-finding.

I invested in stocks in the late 90s/early 2000s.

I learned how to do it and I discovered I was VERY good at one particular method.

It’s called Contrarian investing.

Basically, you go against the surrounding sentiment and look for hidden surprises.

I did slow investing and only did it for 2-3 yrs, but I lived off the profits successfully while starting a business here in florida. 2-3 yrs of work and I managed to get about 10 yrs results of good decisions, even through stock market crashes and such inbetween, before I used up the $ from my little experiment.

So, I’m going with what I know: Go against the tide when you identify it and see what isn’t being looked at.

Not as a conspiracy but as fact-finding.

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