… about Saul is the simplicity in the way he thinks / makes decisions - in a positive way.
It may be obvious to some, but for me it’s worth mentioning.
As an example I take this thread about Why Nvidia is still a good investment (which it is, but not in Saul-like high-growth style) from 8/28/2018:
In retrospect it’s easy to judge, of course and I don’t want to discredit the author - he is most likely right about the longterm view.
But Saul took the easy path instead of digging deeper into the company to find more reasons which could justify Nvidias Growth.
So he was right to exit at the time he did and allocated his money into better, more obvious opportunities.
Takeaway: Life is easy. Why do we make it difficult?