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Investor School: Is It Born or Made?
Investment

Investor School: Is It Born or Made?

No person is born with an investor profile, but learns, transforms and perfects in a logical and natural way. William Cobie explains how this process consists of several stages similar to what an investor school would be. Passion for saving The first step is to be passionate about saving. Passion becomes a game and the analysis of savings is a daily activity: “how much have I saved this month” or “what extraordinary income will I have” are the questions that begin to ring in the investor's head periodically.

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Warren Buffet: Top 8 Saving and Investing Tips

Warren Buffet is a highly successful investor and his advice is invaluable regardless of the amount of capital saved. Here are 8 principles he advises for saving first and investing later. Borrow wisely Excessive borrowing and unnecessary borrowing can lead to multiple financial problems.
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Investment

Investor School: Is It Born or Made?

No person is born with an investor profile, but learns, transforms and perfects in a logical and natural way. William Cobie explains how this process consists of several stages similar to what an investor school would be. Passion for saving The first step is to be passionate about saving. Passion becomes a game and the analysis of savings is a daily activity: “how much have I saved this month” or “what extraordinary income will I have” are the questions that begin to ring in the investor's head periodically.
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What happens to Google?

Google is a great place to work, but it is not among the preferences of investors to place their capital.Evolution of technology companies in 2014In 2014, Google's shares have depreciated around 10 and it has just established its price Annual minimum on December 16 ($ 495 per share): Source: Own elaboration Contrasts the evolution of Google in 2014 with that of its main technological competitors: 1.
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Characteristics required of the financial manager: Honesty

Exactly a month ago we published a post about the main characteristics that we would require from a financial manager if we had 10 million euros (see link at the end). Today we are going to focus on the first one, as one user pointed out, it would be convenient to distinguish between trust and honesty.
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IBEX 35. Interesting companies for investors

A small number of Ibex-35 companies, four in particular, hide a secret on their balance sheets: they have a positive net financial position (the cash is higher than financial debts). Inditex, Técnicas Reunidas, Bolsa y Mercados Españoles (BME) and Mediaset not only have no debt, but also have a cash surplus.
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