Generally, an economy and investment sounds like boring things for the majority. Although the language is initially complex, the subject is not boring at all.
For those who are interested in the topic of investments, actions, cryptos, indices, etc. It is very useful to learn the initial tools and to know that the path is long, especially in everything that must be internalized.
Before launching ourselves to any tool of exchange, forex, etc. we must develop our business strategies, learn to analyze and cultivate our intelligence.
Although I believe that everyone in life must invest and seek our own progress, not everyone makes the decision to invest time, resources and energy to grow. So, dear reader, if you continue here, it is because you are committed to yourself, then I leave you some characteristics that a good investor should have:
.- Commitment to the truth: The search for facts about opinions, accept when you are wrong and put all ideas in doubt is vital in a world as dynamic as the market.
.- Patience: Any investment, however minimal, takes time. You have to learn to see it as a plant that must be watched with discipline.
.- Constancy: An investor who does not have the discipline to review their assets, is not a good investor.
.- Proactivity: This is a very dynamic activity that never stops learning and is always moving. Losing the impulse is isolating yourself.
According to Kiyosaki, Financial Intelligence is developed always thinking:
How to produce more money
How to protect your money
How to budget your money. (planning)
How to leverage the money.
Increase your financial information.
Skills that an investor must develop:
Critical thinking. Questioning all available information, contrasting opinions and looking for biases are common practices to confront markets today.
Emotional Intelligence: The moment we put money into the equation, our emotions come into play. Knowing how to use them in favor, filter negative emotions, think with a cool head and have the guts to make difficult decisions are basic tools for managing portfolios of actions and cryptos, etc.
Systemic thinking: see the world, the market, politics, etc. as complex dynamic systems helps make better decisions. Understand when a system is going up, down or stabilizing, if it has a delay that affects the behavior or other factors that affect us can provide the information we need to earn more or lose less. Peter Senge's book "The Fifth Discipline" delves into this topic.
In order to grow financially we must grow as people, have coherence in our ideals, strategies and actions, constantly learn and surf the market knowing that at any moment a wave drags us, that we will rise again and look for another wave.


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