The 5 Senses Of Investing

Investing has five senses of its own. Many investors have the tendency to concentrate heavily on just one or two of these senses and disregard the rest. But just as the use of all five senses provides humans with a more enriching life experience that brings them closer to the expertise and truth of the world around them, so too does the use of all five senses of investing provide for a better and more comprehensive decision-making process.

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