Don't Suffer Like A Fool

Another Crowd makes a point of not telling our readers what to think. We'd much rather help you to think for yourselves, and besides,  giving advice is a regulated activity. 

Marx Reichlich, A Jester, ca. 1519-20; tempera on panel.

Source: Wikimedia Commons

Nothing on Another Crowd is intended for trading purposes or to address your particular financial or other requirements. As long as you understand that, we'd like to share some wise words from a seventeenth century mystic.

It reflects how we feel at the end of a busy week that has been really rather challenging for us, and for anyone who cares about rational, critical, level-headed and good-humoured reporting of equity crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending.

Don’t suffer from a fool’s sickness. The wise usually suffer from lack of good sense; fools, in contrast, from excess of advice. To suffer like a fool is to suffer from reasoning too much.

Baltasar Gracián  (1601 - 1658)

This mystical philosophy is offered for your amusement, and has not been approved by the FCA.  Appropriate expert independent advice should be obtained before making any investment or other decisions.

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