After yesterday’s emails about assets, one email subscriber had this to share:
“I’m very investment-minded (an investor not a trader) so thinking in terms of assets is huge. One way I’ve heard this described is in terms of chicken farmers and egg farmers. Chicken farmers need to sell their chickens so they’re worried about the price of chickens today, what the market is doing, demand, and so on. Egg farmers on the other hand think in terms of ‘how many eggs can my chickens lay’ so they’re much more focused on the health, wellbeing and longevity of their chickens.
So chicken farmers are more like day traders trying to maximize each sale of stock.
Egg farmers are people who invest in things that pay them (like dividends).
Hope this makes sense.
Makes perfect sense to me my fine feathered friend. In fact, I’d add something to the meat-aphor...
An egg farmer can take his eggs, hatch them, and create more chickens to lay more eggs.
I find that a fascinating point.
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