Eventually, things might shape up…

The key word is eventually! It is always the case that we, eventually, will all become successful. It is just that maybe, before our “eventuality” arrives, we might not be around but we can sure that history will record our victories.

If we have ever spent time listening to economists and financial analysts, we have heard them talk about the “short-run” and the “long-run.” These two time frames make all the difference in life. If you have patience to wait and don’t be carried away by the current activities in the market; if you are willing and able to stay the course, I believe that in the long-run, your portfolio value will be exactly where you expected to be. But again, you have to be willing to experience the turbulence and the cyclicality of the market and eventually, again I say, eventually, you will get ahead.

Eventually, we all do win our battles but we have to be patient and wait for that eventuality.

Author: JAMES F. KOLLIE

I am a Liberian professional with passion for pro poor economic development and grassroot political organizing. I have read public policy, corporate finance and accounting at various levels. I have worked in government, private sector and non-profit sector.

5 thoughts on “Eventually, things might shape up…”

  1. Eventually! Holding all things constant. But as some economists say “in the long run, we will all be dead.”

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  2. The eventuality of the inevitable…..if we continue to do the same things, we will continue to get the same results.

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  3. Eventually is actually from the root word EVENT – and it turns out we can shape events. So what if we argued that we can actually alter and author our ‘eventually’, would that be a grammatically and intellectually correct statement to make? So therefore, let our eventually be a consequence or more appropriately a product of what our today’s decisions, actions and or inactions are. Do we agree, even in part? Ha ha ha .

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