I’ll admit that I’m about to bare my investing soul about one of my last great remaining weaknesses as an investor: impatience. May you benefit from what I’m about to share. Continue reading “Learning to Become a Bored Investor”
Don’t let the title of this post throw you off, because I’m going to engage you in a bit of reverse psychology. Sometimes, a great way to do something right is to instead learn how it’s done wrong and then do the opposite.
A few years back, a friend of mine who knew that I was into stock investing asked me if he should get into it as well. My first suggestion was that he absolutely not, foolishly assuming that Continue reading “How to Fail as an Investor”
One mantra that everybody even remotely acquainted with investing has heard for many years now is “buy and hold”. I first learned about it over 20 years ago, but I was too impatient to put into practice plus I didn’t have the right information. Finally, after ‘seeing the light’ upon learning the right information, Continue reading “Some Crucial Lessons About Buy-and-Hold Investing”