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Albert Einstein Approach to Stock Market Investing by Gatis Roze

Albert Einstein famously said, “If I had one hour to save the world, I would spend 55 minutes defining the problem and five minutes implementing the solution.”   If you were in a life threatening situation and had only one hour before it proved fatal, what would you do?   Einstein said he’d spend his time wisely asking probing questions to understand the problem in depth.  Having done that, he’d only need 5 minutes to address the issue.

Many new investors I meet in my classes totally flip around Dr. Einstein’s approach.  They have an unstoppable inclination to jump right into the market, metaphorically speaking.  They’ll trade impulsively for the first 55 minutes and then allocate the last 5 minutes trying to figure out what just happened.

Humor me, please.  Just go with this.  Place your hands on the table, turn down the lights and let’s invite Albert Einstein to our seance to give us his advice.  If it was indeed possible to “channel” him, I suspect he would suggest approaching the market’s first 55 minutes more like this....

Albert Einstein’s Great Passion for Music

Almost everyone knows about Noble Prize winner Albert Einstein, the great physicist who developed the theory of relativity. His great intelligence and contribution to the world of science has even made the word ‘Einstein’ synonymous with the word ‘genius.’ But not many know that Einstein was an accomplished musician too. And that it was his great passion for music that played a vital role in the shaping of the theory of relativity.

Music - An important aspect of Einstein’s early life

Music played an important role of Einstein’s early life and his love for music was greatly influenced by his mother Pauline, who was an accomplished pianist herself. Einstein began to learn the violin at the age of six, whilst his family was still living in Munich, Germany. He was not too happy with his unimaginative violin tutors, and he found the lessons so boring that he once threw a chair at his teacher, who ran out of the house in tears.

All this changed at the age of 13, when he discovered the joys of Mozart’s sonatas. From then on, Music - An important aspect of Einstein’s early life.....

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