Monthly Archives: March 2012

Market Timing vs Risk Management

Question from an investor: “What do you think the market is going to do?” My answer: “I have no idea…but when it does it, I’ll be ready.” Question from an investor: “So you’re a market timer?” My answer: “No…I’m a … Continue reading

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Managing Your Personal Finances Using Cashflow Diagrams

For more a more detailed description of each cashflow diagram, check out my page on organizing personal finances (http://www.invest-safely.com/organizing-personal-finances.html). If you’re looking for tips on improving your financial health, my page on personal budgeting is a great place to start … Continue reading

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Tax Time – Goodbye Schedule D-1

When I first heard that the IRS was getting rid of the Schedule D, there was a fraction of a second when I thought that this might actually mean my taxes would get a little less complicated. Unfortunately, I heard … Continue reading

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Japan 2.0 Chart Pattern Revisited

As an investor, I always like to go back and review my thoughts and see if I still agree with myself. Back in August, Barry Ritholtz (The Big Picture) posted a chart comparing the US and Japanese markets, with the … Continue reading

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Cashflow Report – Portfolio Income during February 2012

Cashflow Report – Portfolio Income during February 2012.

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