It is amazing the number of people I meet on a daily basis who have all kinds of knowledge stored in their brains but still have not figured out yet how to convert all this knowledge into money.
Knowledge is the application of intelligence. There are some smart people who can rattle off facts and figures but can’t think their way out of a wet paper bag. Most investors have the facts and figures of the stock market which are readily available but how do you put that together to formulate a winning strategy and do so more often than not? That takes knowledge of the broader environment to understand how a product might be received in the general buying public and take off when the raw numbers might indicate just a so-so reaction. That kind of knowledge comes with time and experience. You need to learn from those that possess such knowledge and learn the skills yourself.
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