May 13, 2013
Travellers roaming the streets of a foreign city for the first time must deal with uncertainty in some form or another. Finding their way to points of interest, choosing a restaurant or communicating with locals may require concentration. Part of this process is information selection: filtering out non-useful information that distracts us from the really useful stuff. Successful investing is a bit similar: what information we decide to ignore is as important as what we pay attention to. Here’s our short list of information that is best ignored.