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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Short Input : Ken Fisher's "Three Questions That Count"

Ken Fisher has recently talked again about his investing methodology, and in his typical manner has reduced the "investing universum" to "three questions that count":

1. What do you believe that’s actually false?
2. What do you know that others don’t?
3. What the heck is my brain doing to blindside me now?

The honest and right answer to them will surely provide you an important advantage on the stock markets. But it seems to be not that easy to be honest and right!?...

Some help is provided by Fisher himself and on this posting.

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