The topic is the mystery of financial fees. Journalist Ben Devvarman shares a story that, about a hundred and forty years ago. A retailer, one very savvy retailer, from Philadelphia PA, by the name of John Wanamaker, realized that his customers and his sales people were spending way too much of their time haggling over price. He came up with a creative solution to put clearly marked labels on every item in his stores. What do you know it before long his sales people stop wasting time; his customers had a better experience and profit soared soon enough.
The Mystery Of Financial Fees When Investing Money – Part I
The Mystery Of Financial Fees When Investing Money – Part II
Warren Buffett: If You Own A Good Business, Keep It
Buying private businesses is easier than acquiring public firms, and investors should avoid selling good investments at all costs, according to the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett. Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In an interview with CNBC in March 2013, Buffett was asked if he was looking at any businesses, in particular, Read More
The Mystery Of Financial Fees When Investing Money – Part III