“The practice of investing implies joy in the process of learning something that’s difficult.” – Phil Town
This week Phil and Danielle talk about what Charlie Munger calls, “Mistakes of Omission.” You can get pretty good at investing pretty quickly because there are only a few rules that you need to follow.
One of the hardest things about investing the agony of missing out on something because you’re not confident or clear, or you don’t have the patience to wait something out. If you’re investing correctly, you should have mistakes of omission, not mistakes of commission. When it comes to investing, you need to be brutally honest with yourself to understand your mistakes and move on.
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