Investing: It's Not Rocket Science
Managing investments does not have to be complicated nor difficult.
However, it is important to develop the tools needed to understand the opportunities and pitfalls of financial investments.
Warren Buffett said it best: "You don’t need to be a rocket scientist. Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with 130 IQ."
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A marine navigator is the person onboard who is responsible for identifying hazards and pitfalls while plotting a course to a specific destination on the horizon. The navigator is neither the owner nor the captain of the ship, as these positions have different and critical accountabilities. However, the navigator is entrusted with the task of providing safer passage to their destination. The navigator assists in calculating where the ship is located on a desired course, after consulting with the captain and the owner in the planning of that route.