Poetic justice rewards virtue, punishes vice, and is rooted in moral principles. This makes it an ideal framework for important life decisions. At Poetic Justice Capital, we are committed to the virtues that reward investors, and avoiding the vices that punish them.
Our first principle is for investors to live the one life they have with confidence. Its corollary is to avoid unnecessary sacrifice and risk. To do this, we respect the nature of money, prices, markets. This solid foundation was built by philosopher Ayn Rand, economist Ludwig von Mises, finance professor Harry Markowitz, and several others.
The virtues we pursue are the ethics of rational egoism, the economics of price discovery, and the finance of efficient markets. The vices we avoid include the ethics of conformity, the economics of central planning, and the finance of market forecasts.
True wealth management is rooted in dollars of future wealth because Poetic Justice is rooted in the laws of logic – identity, causality, and non-contradiction. On your journey with us, we will examine the identity of money, the causality of markets, and the contradictions of traditional investment industry “best standards.”
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