Why Are My Investments Sinking?

Al Gorman Governance, Risk Management 1 Comment

Complexity of Mental Processing (CMP) is significant not only in its relationship with designing requisite organizations and optimizing managerial hierarchy. Would you like your portfolio manager to be Level 1 or Level 8?

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Al Gorman

Al believes: “Every individual’s life experience deserves to be enriched with the opportunity, at work and within society, to reach all that he or she is capable of!”

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  1. Nicely done. I have heard that a very successful investments firm in one of the Nordic countries goes out of their way to look for managers who are just this side of better than the market. Apparently, the ones who really beat the market tend to dive later. The ones who just barely beat the market seem to sense the next move right before it happens. Over the long run, it is more profitable to hire the person who always beats the market, if only by 1%, than someone who once beat it by 20.

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