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I define better investing as making more money, more often. The more consistently I see profit from my investments, regardless of market conditions, the better my process has become. Better investing implies that you’ve already started see the results of your … Continue reading
OppenheimerFunds’ CIO Asset Allocation Mark Hamilton details how investors need to realign their portfolios to improve their chances of long-term success. Published on Nov 21, 2013 on Youtube
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
This is a concept I’ve been toying with for a while: A recurring article subject called Bulls verses Bears, or something similar, where I post columns I’ve found over the week that seem to contradict one another. For example, some … Continue reading
Check out Troy’s progress (Investing for Cashflow Blog) using an income investing strategy based on covered calls (option trading). Cashflow Report – Paper Income during October 2011
Below is more commentary from another investing firm (Comstock Partners, Inc.) on the recent market turmoil. The market erroneously assumed that the recovery would follow the pattern of typical post-war expansions and rallied strongly from the early 2009 bottom to … Continue reading
Excellent advice from B. Ritholtz: During a secular bear market, an investor’s job is to manage risk and preserve capital During a secular bull market, an investor’s job is to maximize return Before going further, a let’s review these key … Continue reading