Why I Don’t Feel Stupid for Dumping Apple Inc.

In May 2016, I expressed some very contrarian arguments about why I decided to sell my entire position in Apple Inc.  Of course, they weren’t the least bit contrarian at the time because many others were expressing them.  The stock price had fallen around 25% from its all-time high over the course of a year, fueled mostly by worries about Continue reading “Why I Don’t Feel Stupid for Dumping Apple Inc.”

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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”

The Best Investors Ignore the Market

Recently, I finally read one of the classic books on stock investing, “One Up on Wall Street” by Peter Lynch, the 2000 edition.  Among many of the intriguing insights, there was one factor mentioned that never seems to get much discussion because Continue reading “The Best Investors Ignore the Market”