It’s not surprising that people who make too much money in the stock market are often extremely insecure and self-conscious. Like when they look at their stock portfolio, they can feel like they have nothing to lose. However, this same mindset can drive entrepreneurs and investors crazy.
In his new book, “The Four Hour Workweek: Productivity Lessons from the Last 50 Years,” author and futurist Dan Ariely writes about the concept of “The Small-Stock-Price Effect.” Essentially, small-stock-price investors, by being so successful, have made it hard to sell their stocks to larger investors.
The difference between small-stock-price investors and large-stock-price investors is this: Most large-stock-price investors will sell when the stock price falls to about 2 percent or lower. That’s why many small-stock-price investors have no problem taking a loss when they buy their stocks a few years later.
Another great story character in the game is a young girl who’s found a way to run an elaborate “superhero” race, which involves a whole bunch of young girls with the ability to kill each other.
The only character that’s not a lot of fun to play is a young girl who’s really trying to survive. And in the previous game we saw her being stalked by a group of girls who had her. The girls were a bunch of teenagers with their own ways of doing things, and they never got caught.