Transparency

I am a man of transparency. I believe in being held accountable for the investments I make, and the risks I take with my capital. As many of you know, I have been investing in my Growth Fund since May 2014. To take it a step further, and post my returns, I will post my total allocation in terms of dollar value. While I do not care how much one manages, I have met brilliant investors with $100,000 and I have met incompetent investors with $5,000,000. Not incompetence as in they are dumb, or do not know investments, but they do not have the discipline or knowledge of investing in public markets or studying the markets all day, reading and retaining information, and finding innovative new companies. A lot of people are stuck in old ways, and as we know, markets are dynamic.

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