Charlie Munger’s 3 Mind Hacks That Will Keep Your First Investment Startup From Becoming A Disaster

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I remember before I started taking investing seriously I thought I should put some money into this small-cap because I used its app.And, as I went to make the buy order, the website glitched. I didn’t want to press buy again in case I accidentally made a mistake. So, I closed my eyes, closed my laptop, and walked away.Good that the website glitch didn’t make that purchase possible because today that company is defunct.So before I decided to start my investment fund, I thought why not make sure I learn from the experts?My readings eventually led me to Charlie Munger, the…...

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Jason Huynh I'm a data analyst who enjoy reading annual reports. My hobbies include exercise, cooking and being a well rounded dad. I work as an analyst in the higher education sector in Australia but my passion is in investing. I used to believe that data could solve everything but it wasn't until I read Charlie Munger's "Poor Charlie's almanack" that I realised that I've been thinking in silos all this time and I really needed to expand my experiences and reading. What concerns me about life is making silly choices and following the trend aimlessly. I believe in critical thinking and serving others as I would like to be served.