Monthly Archives: October 2011

Safe Investing Principles In Action

A recent article for the Portfolioist (Asset Allocation: An Alternative View) is a great example of Safe Investing Principles in action. 6 – Continually measure the performance of your plan or system; there is always something that can be improved … Continue reading

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The best-of-seven American League Championship Series (ALCS) between the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers kicks off tonight on FOX. Updated – Game 1 – Loss (2-3) Updated – Game 2 – Loss (3-7) Updated – Game 3 – WIN (5-2) … Continue reading

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Proof you don’t need an MBA

Per the first sentence on the Invest-Safely homepage: Learning the real secret to safe investing does not require a degree in finance or an MBA. Want proof you don’t need an MBA to invest, check out Dilbert: Hat Tip: BR … Continue reading

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