If you can’t be bothered or don’t have the capacity to digest various well-thought ideas and analyses then you’ve got no business being an active investor...
‘Time in the market’ or ‘timing the market’ - which do you believe? It depends on whether the market is in a secular bull phase or secular bear phase.
When it comes to your investments, rather than focus on things you can’t control, focus on things you can control, such as picking quality stocks on the stock market.
The cost of investing.. Fees and taxes act like friction on your investments. They slow down the compounding rate of return. It is imperative to minimize both.
If Dirty Harry read the recent research on the growth of self-managed superannuation funds, he would conclude when it comes to super, investors want control.
There are two types of investor. Those who look for opportunities to invest…and those who look for opportunities not to invest.
It's important to set boundaries for an investment or trade at the beginning. And that's another important point; you don't have to choose one or the other.
Look, we’re not saying investing is simple, because it isn’t. But what we are saying is that you as an investor have a choice. You can choose to keep your investments as simple as possible or you can add in unnecessary complications.
We’re not saying investing is easy. It’s far from that. We’re just saying that the investing environment has changed in recent years. What exactly do we mean when we say investing has changed? I'll explain everything here...
Investing without making predictions about the future is like driving with a blindfold…you wouldn’t do that, so why invest without thinking about the future?