Monkey randomly throwing darts are better stock sellers.

New research revealed that the biggest investors in the world don't make the best decisions when selling stocks.

This came to light when an investor's stock selling decision was compared to a strategy which is almost like throwing a dart at a list of names that exist in their portfolio. If their clients had instead hired the monkey with darts to randomly choose which stocks to sell, the client's portfolios would have earned 0.8 percentage points more per year.

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Figure (A) The tongue consists of small structures known as papillae (raised bumps) where taste buds reside. Depending on their shape papillae are classified into four groups: circumvallate, fungiform, foliate and filiform (B) Each taste bud harbors a set of elongated taste receptor cells that contain taste receptors that sense substances with different taste qualities. Upon detecting a substance, taste receptor cells transmit the information to gustatory nerves in contact with the tissue, which further transmit the information to the central nervous system, ultimately reaching the brain.

The ROI formula is quite simple. You take the current value of the investment and subtract the original investment cost.

Then, you divide this sum by the original cost of the investment.

  • ROI = (current value - original cost) / original cost
  • ROR = Rate of return
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Investing is the process of laying out money now to receive more money in the future.

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