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Good stock market knowledge vs. bad knowledge

If you want to learn stock exchanges, you look for trustworthy people who know more than you do.

And you follow their investment strategies. That makes sense – although one should approach this “seeking knowledge” a little differently than most do.

We therefore differentiate between good and bad knowledge and see which disadvantages bad knowledge brings with it.

Bad knowledge

Bad knowledge is what I get from others dependent does, which is of course a major disadvantage. Depending on where I am, for example Gurus follow who pretend to know something but really just want to sell something.

Namely methods (or plans) that either don’t work at all, even if they are rule-based, or that cannot be checked at all. And we will say a lot more about this below.

What now good knowledge is, you will find out if you read on my blog. Above all, it is about the question of independence.

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