We are all born with the potential for greatness. There are no exceptions. Yet most people realize less than 10% percent of their potential, while a small handful of others rise to extraordinary heights and become legends in their own rights.
EFTs were not as popular when this book was written in 1998 as they are now, but Spiders (an EFT that tracks the performance of the S&P 500 index) had been available for 5 years old. But a simple way to invest in the broad market is too easy for these brothers. The Fool would rather have you spend your evenings analyzing Company Annual Report.
Investigate other sources of relevant information too, such as: * press or trade magazines (collect articles or press releases in your preparation file) * other web sources (e.g Wikipedia, market analysts) * company annnual report and shareholders’ information * your network – do you know anyone who works there? or has been for an interview there? do you know any suppliers to the company?
Place your chosen businesses on your Watch List and watch them over time. On a daily basis check to see if Mr. Market has priced your chosen business at the MOS price. Be patient and wait for the opportune buying moment. In the meantime, keep reading the company reports, news and conference call transcripts to keep up with the business and the industry.
The only caveat is that people will not introduce you to people who know, like and trust them unless they have “know, like and trust with you”. In order for them to have that with you, they must sample your character and competence. And, in order for them to do that you must know what makes you so unique. You must know what your vision is? What you value? What your purpose is? And, what you’re passionate about.
Any time you establish any payment plan with any creditor, make sure you get it in writing. If the creditor tries to change the agreement or if it the company is sold to someone else, you will have documentation to support your case. You also want it in writing if it gets paid off so you can go ahead and send it to credit reporting agencies.
Make a comparison of cash advance until payday offers you see on internet. Some lenders may have slashed the interest to beat the competition. Ensure that you repay the loan without extending it, or you may be in debts.