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My thankx for the 1st quote, 2nd quote is not correct cause if it was there would have been no JHUNJHUN WALA or BUFFET or SORROS........ and list goes on......

There was company called Berkshire Hathway, involved in the business of textile. BH was a struggling company and WB had heavily invested in it- to the tune of 49 % stake.
But co. was not doing well.
Instead of booking the loss, WB acquired the controlling stake in BH.
And the rest is history.

there are lot of ill-informed investors who are stuck in ailing companies like Birla Cot or Kouton (in early days) and as they have no ample money, they just can't think in dreams what WB did with BH.

Hope, it helps.
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There was a boy named Masaru in Japan. When he was young, he wanted to learn & master Judo. Unfortunately, he lost his left hand after an accident. He became very sad. When his father saw his condition, he took him to one the Great Masters of Judo in Japan. After thoroughly analyzing Masaru, the Master told him to come from tomorrow for practice.
Masaru became very happy after hearing this. On the first day, the Great Master taught him one trick and instructed him to practice it.
After one week, Masaru came back to the Master and asked for teaching him another trick as had practiced the first one long enough. Master replied him to practice the same trick again & again.
Another week passed, months and years passed.
One day, after 10 years of practice, Master informed Masaru that he has nominated his name for the national championship of Judo which will be conducted in Japan, next month. Masaru was shocked after hearing this as he had been practicing only one trick for the last 10 years. Master told him to be relaxed and calm. One the day of championship, Master advised Masaru to remain calm and concentrate on the fight and use only that trick which he has taught him. Masaru won the first fight and then the second one and gradually, he entered semi finals. He couldn't believe himself. Master again advised him to remain calm and concentrate on the fight and use the same trick again and again. Masaru managed to enter the finals and then he thought that now it's time to face the best one in Judo in Japan and the opponent will beat him very easily as he knows only one trick. When Master came to know about this, he gave him the same advice.
After the finals, Masaru won and couln't believe himself and started weeping (khushi ke aanso).
When Masaru went to Master asked him how it happened, the Great Master replied that for the last 10 years, he has been practicing only one trick and he has become master of that. To counter this trick, the opponent has to hold his left hand which which he didn't have. His weakness became his strength and he won.

Moral: If we relate this to trading and concentrate on only one strategy, whether intraday, swing or positional (which one is comfortable with), and keep on practicing it, no matter what happens, we will succeed in trading.

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This is a guy that says to himself “there has to be better crops with different/better payoffs than the corn,wheat and soybeans I’ve been planting for the last 20 years”… So he set about the business of researching alternative crops. Making a living and supporting his family was critical, so he wanted to make sure he made a wise choice. Therefore, he began reading, researching and speaking with experts with more knowledge than he before making his final decision. After studying a variety of options, he decided on Bamboo. The climate, soil conditions and equipment at his disposal could make growing and harvesting bamboo a profitable business. He was convinced he was making the wisest choice and began making the changes needed to become a Bamboo Farmer.

Now remember, this farmer lived in a farming community. For generations his neighbors had all grown traditional crops like corn and wheat. You can only imagine how the idea of growing bamboo was received.Upon telling his fellow farmers his idea, they mocked him calling him foolish, all the time warning him of his impending peril. They were unwilling to accept change or progress. However, the farmer was unshaken; he had done extensive research and was confident of his knowledge. He would not back down from the belief that he could grow bamboo and even turn a substantial profit in the business.
Well, if you know anything about bamboo, you know that the first year it’s been planted...nothing happens.

You don’t get so much as a twig or a leaf! His neighbors were ruthless. They had all harvested their crops while he had nothing at all to show for his efforts.He was undaunted and confident in his knowledge. But wait, there’s more bad news. The second year nothing happens either, not a sign of a bamboo tree anywhere. Again he was forced to endure a second year of ridicule by his heartless neighbors.Still, he was unshaken in his confidence.

The third year came and guess what? Bamboo; everywhere bamboo. His crop grew 4 to 6 inches a day!By the end of the summer he had a virtual bamboo forest. He harvested his crop and sold it for a huge profit. His neighbors were astonished. In fact, several who had once ridiculed him began to show interest in becoming bamboo farmers as well.The farmer went on for many years enjoying the benefits of his new crop, bamboo. He and his family enjoyed a very happy and successful life, unafraid of growth, progress or change, confident and determined when facing challenges.

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The same beautyful story in visuals....
Life Lessons of The Chinese Bamboo Plant



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”The stock market is a no-called-strike game. You don’t have to swing at everything,” Buffett said in ”The Warren Buffett Way.” ”The problem when you’re a money manager is that your fans keep yelling, `Swing, you bum!’ “
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Joseph Granville, a famous technical analyst and trader, once said, “[In the markets], whatever is obvious is obviously wrong.”
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Originally Posted by nTuple View Post
Joseph Granville, a famous technical analyst and trader, once said, “[In the markets], whatever is obvious is obviously wrong.”

Soros has better one - "Discount the obvious, bet on the unexpected"
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BORKED anything for a trader to learn ?????
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