If you're any good at math, you know the percentage of failure is much higher when only one seed is planted than if many seeds are planted. So what if, instead of planting only one seed, you took a bit of extra time to scatter a few more? It doesn't require much more effort than throwing one seed but with every handful, the chances of one seed sprouting grows higher and higher (horrible pun intended). Investors call it diversification.
I call it Garden Math.Read More