US exchange regulations, limit to show indexes

I have receipt today this message from Trading view:

As per exchange regulations, S&P and Dow Jones indexes can be shown ONLY to users who are NOT logged in, or who are logged in and have paid for a real-time package. We cannot show them to all registered users. We do not understand this policy, but must follow it regardless. So, if you want to see real-time S&P and Dow Jones indexes, either log out of your account, or purchase the package through your User Settings.

This is interesting, you can be anonymous or pay for it…

I need to find what’s going on, this is very weird.

Productivity and timing

I have read 2 articles that contains some sentences I want to remember. One of the articles talks about productivity (https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/28/smarter-living/productivity-isnt-about-time-management-its-about-attention-management.html), the other one explains how the motion of the modern lives are affecting the internal clock of the individuals (http://nautil.us/issue/71/flow/why-your-brain-hates-slowpokes-rp).

Tool “Pedestrian Aggressiveness Syndrome Scale” to measure how aggressive you are in your moves.

 

 

 

Fundsmith annual shareholder meeting

This video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3cRr318ve4 , is the annual shareholder meeting of Fundsmith. Apart of presenting the results of the year, they review a set of economic fundamentals and behaviors that are communicated in a very didactic way.

Basic strategy principles

The investment strategy has three pillars that are summed up by the acronym ODD:

  • Only invest in good companies.
  • Don’t overpay.
  • Do nothing.

“We limit it to a few sectors which have the characteristics we seek: consumer staples, some consumer discretionary products, healthcare, and technology being the main sectors.”

About Brexit: Better A Painful Ending, than An Endless Pain.

When there is not the perfect company in a sector, we pick two to look for that perfection.