About Banker on Wheels: While we educate about investing, this website is not about making you the smartest investor in the market. It’s not about smart investing, it’s about wise investing.
There are multiple reasons to that, which we explain here.
One that stands out is that over long periods, wise money wins. This is what Naval Ravikant summarized as “Every market I’ve seen eventually punishes clever investors and rewards patient ones”.
Year Started: 2020
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