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Mar 13, 2010
It has been a few years since I last took a Myers-Briggs personality test. On Wednesday, I took the test again and my score changed. I went from being an INTJ to an ENTJ. You were warned. 😉
PostedMar 13, 2010 — 8:00 am
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Mar 26, 2010 — 12:30 am
I tend to rotate between these two also …when I am doing more management and less analysis I tend to become more extroverted (and get an E).
Are you still investing? Just curious, since you haven’t posted anything about this lately.
Mar 26, 2010 — 8:12 am
My E/I was borderline.
I probably will do a new financial post soon. I’m still bearish. 😉
Mar 26, 2010 — 11:58 am
I’m still more on the bearish side of the fence also, but have been waiting for a Hindenberg Omen to trigger short entries since last summer… 🙁
I don’t know if we have another collapse (like the GD) or just stay in a wide range for another decade (like 1965 to 1980). Both are bearish views, but have significantly different implications for investing, politics, etc.
Mar 26, 2010 — 8:17 pm
@Jim – Nate’s Economic Edge had a great article on the importance of RULE OF LAW as a foundation for prosperity. It jives with everything I’ve said about how a true recovery can only come after honesty is restored.
Every day I wake up to a new story on how a law isn’t being enforced or circumvented. Makes it tough to get excited about investing. Modeling valuations I understand. Modeling fraud is something I suck at. 🙂
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