How One Stock Will Produce Winners and Losers

Let me reveal right up front what most inexperienced stock investors fall for:  the buy recommendation.  Whether it’s from a time-tested, reputable service like The Motley Fool, a financial advisor, or from a friend – or a friend of a friend – people who know little to nothing about stocks and the market and investing can get Continue reading “How One Stock Will Produce Winners and Losers”

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Choosing What to Invest in Does Not Need to be Complicated

When it comes to deciding what to invest in, particularly stocks, people can get easily overwhelmed – especially those just starting out.  Not only are there thousands of stocks to choose from but too many people focus on charts and numbers and the never-ending analysis and advice.  Some of the most successful investors in history, Continue reading “Choosing What to Invest in Does Not Need to be Complicated”

A Successful Investor Needs the Right Personality, Not Just the Right Resources

Perhaps the greatest benefit to a person who wants to invest their money in this day and age is being able to access a nearly endless amount of information, analysis, and advice about a multitude of investment types, including stocks.  From T.V. resources like Continue reading “A Successful Investor Needs the Right Personality, Not Just the Right Resources”

Did You Ride Out The Storm?

A lot has happened since my last post in early October 2015.  Less than a month later, my dad passed away after a 3-year struggle with cancer, but I had been fortunate enough to be able to spend a lot of time with him in those final months.  (As an aside, if a person does not choose to do a lot of reflecting during times like that, trying to ignore the reality of death, then I would argue that he’s missing out on some monumental life lessons.)  So yes, I had to ride out a personal storm, but I also learned and was reminded a lot about life in general. Continue reading “Did You Ride Out The Storm?”