Nature or Nurture

Husselbee, John
March 2016
Fund Strategy;Mar2016, p50
Trade Publication
The article describes the importance characteristics that separate elite fund managers from the rest. The significant characteristics discussed are passion, curiosity and open-mindedness along with courage, patience, ambition and desire to win to take advantage of investment opportunities and thrive through market cycles, natural cynicism, competitiveness and capacity for hard work, ability to adopt technology, and humility.


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