After that you have created a portfolio of best-of-breed stocks and diversified it even more with a few other asset classes, you can lay back and never have to worry about it again. Very Wrong! Just as checking on your investments everyday can lead to problems, never taking the time to review your progress can […]
For wine lovers who have some extra cash lying around, investing in this beverage may sound like a great idea. After all, fine wines can go for thousands of dollars, especially if they are historic or from special eras in time. In fact, the most expensive wine ever sold was 114 bottles of Romanée-Conti Burgundy […]
Behavioral topics in investing have gained popularity over the last several years as an alternative to traditional theories. The old way of thinking held that all investors made decisions rationally, looking for the best risk and reward tradeoff for their needs. Hindsight is usually the best evidence that this isn’t always the case and investors […]
Many investors believe that nearly all public information is immediately priced into stocks. If that is true then there is little to be gained by analyzing financial documents or technical patterns. For some stocks, current prices even reflect their estimated earnings out for several years. Fortunately, even if current stock prices reflect all current information […]
Warren Buffett quotes are bound to be splattered across nearly any finance or investing related website you could come across, and it makes sense why. He’s one of the richest men…
Ever wonder why some investors like Warren Buffett turn into billionaires while you’re just hoping your portfolio will outperform the DOW? Searching for the answer to this question involves…
Compounding interest can be either one of the biggest levers of financial success when working for you, and one of the biggest contributors to a financial meltdown when working against you.
Most new investors have the wrong mindset when evaluating a company. To have long term success, you should evaluate a company as if you’re buying the whole thing. You’ll find this mindset completely shifts how you feel about an investment.
Matching stocks to your investing goals boils down to asking yourself one simple question – when will you be needing the money? The answer to this question dictates how much risk you can handle, and the size of company you should invest in.
Your investing strategy doesn’t have to be overly complex to earn high rewards. Some of the most successful investors apply a strategy of simplicity when investing. Learn 4 ways to keep your investing strategy simple, yet profitable.