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We are a book club that meets on the first Saturday of every month at 10:30 AM. Our meetings tak…more
[close] We are a book club that meets on the first Saturday of every month at 10:30 AM. Our meetings take place at the Igo Library in San Antonio, Texas. Our primary area of interest is economics. We believe that economics is a subject that touches every facet of our lives and yet doesn't get sufficient attention from the school systems. It's up to us to learn it. . .
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This group unites business book readers and authors seeking new connections and interesting idea…more
[close] This group unites business book readers and authors seeking new connections and interesting ideas. Join to discuss your favorite business-related books!
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[close] We challenge ourselves to read a book. Others join. The book is then discussed.
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[close] Mass Psychology: The missing ingredient to Financial Success Mass psychology is the study of group behaviour; the mass mindset draws comfort when it does not go against the views held by the majority. For example, an investor feels comfortable buying biotech stocks because the crowd thinks it's a good buy. In other words, they are acting like lemmings; they are following the herd mindset. In the markets teamwork does not pay; when the masses are euphoric, it is time to head for the exits and vice versa. The astute investor purchases when the crowd panics and sells when the mob is jumping up with joy. The phrase to keep in mind is the following " buy when there is blood in the streets and sell when the masses are chanting Kumbaya, my love". This is the only way you can buy low and sell high with little to no stress. The masses are always on the wrong side of the markets.
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