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I’ve heard the question several times now; How to invest for the US default on August 2? Whether or not the US cannot raise the debt cieling and defaults isn’t the right question. As James Kostohyrz (Miyanville.com) asks, “Given the … Continue reading
Learning how to invest is not just about buying and selling stocks. On my website, I mention several times that investing is an entire process, with trading (i.e. buying and selling) just one small piece. To that end, I laid … Continue reading
James Montier (Behavioral Investing Blog and member of GMO’s asset allocation team) recently listed his thoughts on a set of principles for investing, via a guest post over at The Big Picture. Although the “laws” are different than the Principles … Continue reading
“A true investor takes a bad investment, and tweaks and manipulates it into a good investment.” – Robert Kiyosaki Remember Safe Investing Principle #10 – “Learn from your mistakes (i.e. losses) ; you’ve already paid for them.” So assuming that … Continue reading
A good bit of advice from Barry Ritholtz over at The Big Picture, regarding how to invest during a crisis: The time to look for the emergency aisles and where the exits are located is before takeoff, not after the … Continue reading