Sun Tzu's Principles Are Pertinent Today

Sun Tzu’s Principles are Pertinent Today

 If the principles Sun Tzu put forth in his book, The Art of War, had been followed by the leaders today, many recent mistakes in the Middle East could have been avoided. Those principles are:

  • There must be an overwhelming reason to engage in warfare.
  • The populace, the military leaders, and the political leaders must all be of one mind in support of that reason.
  • Long distance, long-term war will weaken the country and can lead to defeat. The military must never be overstretched.
  • Any war should be fast and short.
  • A military operation should never allow itself to get into a situation that it cannot quickly get out of.
  • Never underestimate your enemy.
  • Never overestimate your own forces.
  • Ignoring any of the above will lead to disaster. The country will end up in major debt, the citizens will suffer, and the credibility of the government will be weakened.

Just as these principles have proved themselves to be true for hundreds of years in international relations, they are equally as powerful in dealing with Wall Street.

This book will show you how.


Copyright Y.K. Wong, 2009


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