If I had only paid more attention to my own behavior, I would probably be a much better investor. I noticed on the Amazon website that it lists your annual orders under the ‘purchase history’ feature. My own use of Amazon seems to mirror their stock performance.
As I jumped from just 3-5 orders a year to over 100, their stock shot from $12 a share to almost $140.
That’s an amazing +27.6% annual growth rate for a decade!
Maybe I should spend more time paying attention to how my own behaviors are evolving?!
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What behavior changes that you’ve noticed in yourself have resulted in successful investments? Which ones led you astray?
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