TLDR? Common sense is being able to put things in perspective and place the questions you ask in their proper context. When common sense is applied well, it may lead to uncommon results. In this article, we illustrate how we applied common sense investing to find a company that yielded us a 50% return.
Hey everyone, hope you enjoyed our post last week about the Dunning Kruger effect, or why amateurs overestimate and experts underestimate themselves. I hope that it gave you some insights into how one should see the pursuit of trying to improve on their investing. Remember that as much as we like to think of ourselves as intelligent investors, an investor lives and dies by their return figures. I also hope that the article provided some useful information on how we can power through the valley of disappointment and come out the other end better than before.