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What is the Cost of Lies

What is the Cost of Lies?

Valery Legasov.  The chief of a commission investigating the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.  Before committing suicide, he records his words in audiotapes.  With a cup of tea, an ashtray and a Soviet-era cassette recorder, he says:

 

“What is the cost of lies?”

“It’s not that we will mistake them for the truth.  The real danger is that, if we hear enough lies, then we no longer recognize the truth at all.”

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Interesting Things Learned in June 2019

7 Interesting Things I Learned in June 2019

Last month, I picked up several interesting things. Some are exciting. A few are fresh. While several others have the potential to alter the lifestyle. These are the insights that I learn from the blogs I follow. The newspapers I read. And the magazines I flip. I hope you find them appealing too 🙂

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Short Investing Rules

23 Tiny Rules of Investing

1. Stories are favored in the short-term. Fundamentals outperform such stories in the long-term.

 

2.  We are overly-diversified if we can’t even remember the names of the funds and stocks we hold in our portfolios.

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Interesting Things I Learned in May 2019

10 Interesting Things I Learned in May 2019

Last month, I picked up several interesting things. Some are exciting. A few are fresh. While several others have the potential to alter the lifestyle. These are the insights that I learn from the blogs I follow. The newspapers I read. And the magazines I flip. I hope you find them appealing too 🙂

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What Chanakya Niti Teaches Us About Investing

A native of South India, Acharya Chanakya was a Minister at the local court of the Nanda Dynasty. During his tenure, he played a key role of a strategist, an administrator, an economist, and a shrewd politician. He did whatever he could do to strengthen the whole kingdom. But rarely he was found in agreement with the dynasty’s ruler, Dhana Nanda.

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