Rather than rummaging through your portfolio looking for trouble when headlines make you anxious, turn instead to your investment principles.
Buying high can cost you, whether you are purchasing roses on Valentine’s Day or buying stocks at the same time as other investors.
Ever heard of the 80/20 Rule? It suggests 80% of an outcome is often the result of just 20% of the effort you put into it.
Our lives are the cumulative result of the daily decisions we make. Just as in investing, the power of these decisions compounds over time.
Once you have structured your investments to capture available, risk-adjusted market returns, you will need to stay on track as planned.
Stock pricing can be both remarkably efficient in aggregate, as well as wildly unpredictable from one moment to the next.
As part of our Investment Basics Series, we are looking at where stock market returns really come from and why that matters.
Obviously, before you can invest, you have to save. But knowing this is true does not always make it easy to do.
Recency bias leads us to believe that this summer has been overloaded with more major events than in previous years.