Hello friends, In today’s article we see chapter 11 of the common stocks and uncommon profits book review. chapter 11 is about the summary and conclusion of common stocks and uncommon profits book review. So let’s start summaries the whole book in simple words.
In chapter 11 The author explains the whole book in a simple format or we say summary and conclusion. so let’s start with them.
This book has attempted to show
- What are the basic principles of Common Stocks investment: In this author explain which point we have to consider while coming to common stocks and also explain how people make money while using the two techniques in past, and we know in the stocks market we can make a tonne of money just finding the outstanding company.
- What type of stock to buy: In this point, the author explains the outstanding company stocks. How to find them, while using the Scuttlebutt method and applying the 15 points of principles of outstanding company. So this type of stocks we have to buy. (common stocks and uncommon profits book review)
- When to buy it: When you find out the outstanding company, then there is some time we have to buy while seeing the scenario of buying principles, this point explains in the whole format, you can see it by click here.
- When to Sell it (Never): In this point, the author explains the philosophy of selling stocks, and why you have to sell stocks when you required very much emergency, but if there is no emergency then don’t sell stocks. The author explains the Never sell stocks ever philosophy and behind that reason. you can see in detail click here.
The author says, ” if you don’t have patience and self-disciple, so you can not do anything good in the stock market while knowing all this above method strategy.
In the stocks market, having the mind or cleaver ness is not sufficient to do good in the stocks market, you have to right mindset then you do better than those people who say themselves professional.
Shakespeare unintentionally summarized the process of successful common stocks investment: ” There’s a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune.”
It means, to grab opportunities whenever they arise before you lose them by delaying.
Doing this can make you a fortune.
This is all about chapter 11: summary and Conclusion.
I hope you love this book summary of all chapters that explain.
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