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Trust Your Enemies

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How You Can Enter Money Heaven

How You Can Enter Money Heaven and spend money now you haven’t got [yet]

Money heaven. The state where you can spend money infinitely and indefinitely, where you can forget about “spending less than you earn.”

Until recently, this state of bliss was only possible for governments: if you’re sitting in the White House, 10 Downing Street, the Élysée Palace—or even the Kremlin—the idea of spending less than...

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“According to George Soros, what’s important is not whether you’re right or wrong about the market. What’s important is how much money you make when you’re right about a trade, and how much money you lose when you’re wrong.”
Mark Tier, The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros: Harness the Investment Genius of the World's Richest Investors

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“An investment philosophy is a set of beliefs about: the nature of investment reality: how markets work, why prices move; a theory of value, including how value can be identified, and what causes profits and losses; and the nature of a good investment.”
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