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Investing Routines: A Pillar of Any Successful Program

by Gatis Roze

Ever drive a bumper car at an amusement park? Remember how the bumper car headed off in one direction until it bumped into what it deemed an immovable object and then backed off in a seemingly random direction. I’ve met investors whose methodology resembles something similar... Read More 

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Your Money Tree: The Tree of Color

by Gatis Roze

Most people call it Technical Analysis, but I prefer to think of it as “Visual Analysis”. Picture it as a tree with many colorful branches... Read More 

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Are You Too Educated to be a Successful Investor?

by Gatis Roze

Highly educated people are, for the most part, trained to ask the question “Why?” Engineers, accountants, doctors, lawyers and the like invariably want to know all they can about why certain things happen... Read More 

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The Secret Of Success Is...

by Gatis Roze

When I was a graduate student in business school, I had the privilege and good fortune of watching John Elway play football as the quarterback for Stanford and seeing him around campus in a multitude of different situations... Read More 

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The Art of Selling Well: Part II

by Gatis Roze

I trust you read last week’s post, Part I on “The Art of Selling Well”. Those rules provide the foundation for what I will describe this week... Read More