oi. not you And when I said auditor, I didn’t mean it literally. I was making fun of how auditors are. Tell the businessman what they already know.
Like your reply, most of the time it’s just open. This type of thing can happen, and that can happen too. I have to admit that I really enjoy reading them.
Unlike your profession, where absolute numbers exist, many things are not absolute in the stock market. So I wouldn’t say do this or do that unless you know for sure. Also, see the questions I answer and how I ask them.
And since I am a fundamental investor and rely more on the qualitative side than the quantitative side, this is also reflected in my answers.
You absolutely need math, you need code, but a lot of things in the market are subjective and arbitrary. I may not have come across such an argument, but I have. Anything that is perceived as good won’t interest anyone in a few months.
You see the boss, you’re the bookkeeper, I’m not
Boss’ Assistant – Boss, Jason has gone home.
Boss – So he finishes his work and goes home.
Boss’ Assistant – Boss, he took the book, but he didn’t answer the phone. He got word that other Boss books were missing as well.
Bosses – Before the book is published, you have to catch other bosses before Jason posts them on Twitter.
What and how much do I need to smoke to get over the regret of reading my boss’s post… please help