Thanks for that visual about the unfortunate balance in life between time, energy, and money! I remember being a young transfer when this dawned on me. Sobering but also motivating.
Always excellent stuff!
Yes I feel like as long as 80 or 90% of your investments are quality, you’d be leaving a bit too much on the table to not invest in one or two growth stocks. But of course quality investing is always at the forefront.
As a chinese student,it's hard to believe that China's top 50 companies are worth only a little more than Apple. But I believe there must will be some great companies like Apple in china, because China has the second largest market in the world.
Out of all the great financial advice given on your twitter feed...this was the worst. A lot of these are good innovative companies that are knocked down by FUD and the need for liquidity. “Be fearful when others are greedy, be greedy when others are fearful.” - Warren Buffett -