Charlie Munger is not just a great legend in the investment world, i see him also as a humble, grounded and wise man. Some important lessons from this great man include : the attitude of learning and growth, and it’s not just applicable to investment, but to our life as a whole, it’s about lifelong learning : to live within or even below our means, so there’s extra to invest, that’s how we build and grow wealth And I truly believe these advices! Thank you and RIP!
I’m hoping for a pause, but seems there’s still a chance for one last rate hike this year… Nonetheless, it's always about trading with caution. But for those positions that we intend to hold long, it's a great opportunity to enter if it comes down
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Nov CPI is out and it's lower than expected. The market will rally for sure. I'm still hopeful for the Christmas rally [Smile] However as many predicted, this is still far from a bull market, it's going to take some time for the recovery. And I feel after the new year, things may undesirably take a turn due to the potential recession, so that may further slow things. Still I believe in staying invested, it may just be a great time to get into good companies/stocks at great value! [Smile]
$Tiger Brokers(TIGR)$ Back in 2021, Tiger (TIGR) was reaching even greater heights. To the annoyance of some shareholders, UP Fintech Holding Limited (NASDAQ:TIGR) shares are down a considerable 27% in the last month, which continues a horrid run for the company. Longer-term shareholders would now have taken a real hit with the stock declining 8.8% in the last year. In spite of the heavy fall in price, UP Fintech Holding may still be sending very bearish signals at the moment with a price-to-earnings (or "P/E") ratio of 76.9x, since almost half of all companies in the United States have P/E ratios under 17x and even P/E's lower than 9x are not unusual. However, the P/E might be quite high for a reason and it require