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Real Investing Always Ignores Volatility

Why the conflation of day-trading, risk, and volatility with “investing” is going to kill true value.

Here is a definition for risk: a situation involving exposure to danger.

Here is a definition for volatility: liability to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse.

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UC Berkeley, mathematics. Los Angeles. Long-time runner. Top writer on Quora, 100M+ total content views. New to Medium. Inquiries: Moumj@berkeley.edu

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Anthony Andranik Moumjian

Anthony Andranik Moumjian

UC Berkeley, mathematics. Los Angeles. Long-time runner. Top writer on Quora, 100M+ total content views. New to Medium. Inquiries: Moumj@berkeley.edu

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