Hay value y balue. En el artículo habla de que no saben controlar el riesgo cosa que pongo en duda. Igual es su propia reflexión en voz alta sobre si mismo. Al final track record tras 3,5 ,o 10 años y medirlo frente a un beckman.
Me parece pobre el artículo en general. Solo pretende venderse, es mi percepción.
Bueno, más que venderse él… vender el artículo. El títular lleva a error. Pero generará visitas (supongo)
Tan grande como que fue su trampolín a la gestión profesional.
No tengo opinión… pero me sorprendería mucho que se hubiera metido en un proyecto en el que él no esté cómodo. Viene de Aviva, & Magallanes. Conózco pocos casos de gestores que teniendo buen trackrecord hayan dado un paso atrás.
Me gustaria compartir este comentario del miembro honorifico Buyandhold 2012
7 de octubre 2018
I really want to thank you for being a good friend.
“B+H and his Mom are Forces of Nature…”
She is the Force of Nature. Not me.
I never told anyone this, but I might as well tell it now.
When I was age 3, I was diagnosed with a medical condition that would have left me walking on crutches. Basically, I had weak knees.
One of my cousins who was 10 years older than me was diagnosed with the same condition at age 3. He was left crippled and walking on crutches.
The doctor told my mother that unless she walked me at least 10 miles a day every day for a number of years that I would end up crippled for life. This was back in November of 1958.
She never told me what the doctor told her, figuring that it would upset me.
Instead, every day she used to say to me: “Let’s walk to your uncle and aunt’s house.”
My uncle and aunt lived 5 miles away.
I had intense pain in the back of my knees because they were weak. It felt like I was about to collapse whenever I walked too far.
So every day we would go on these 5 mile walks to visit my aunt and uncle.
And I would say: “My knees hurt. Are we almost there yet?”
And my mother would say: “Just a few more blocks.”
Of course it was a lot farther away than that. But she would keep saying: “Just a few more blocks.”
We would stay at my uncle and aunt’s house for about 30 minutes. Then make the 5 mile walk back home.
This went on for about 3 years.
After 3 years, the pain in my knees stopped.
About 20 years later, my moher told me the real reason that we did the 10 mile round trip walks to visit my aunt and uncle every day for 3 years.
“The doctor told me you would have been crippled for life without those walks,” she said.
“Why didn’t you tell me the real reason way back then?”
“Because I did not want you to think of yourself as a cripple. You weren’t crippled. Just physically challenged…”
People going through difficult economic times are not crippled. Just financially challenged. And they can turn their financial situation around if they just take the right steps.