The Investor’s Dilemma
A vicious cycle that can stop your portfolio dead. No matter how well it has been designed and implemented, an investment strategy by itself can never bring you peace of mind. Although most of the financial world likes to pretend that investment decisions are based purely on logic and rational thought, the truth is that the vast majority of investment choices are driven by emotional and psychological factors.
Most do-it-yourself investors make mistakes which cost them a lot of money over time. Many “advisors” are actually conflicted brokers incentivized to sell you high fee products. Some have good intentions, but still use mutual funds inefficiently. We are completely independent and entirely focused on our clients success through 60+ year of Nobel-Prize academic research.
Here are the 3 power strategies to stop this self-destructive behavior and enjoy investing success:
- Strategy One: Eliminate Speculating and Gambling in your Portfolio
- Strategy Two: Use Market Forces – Don’t Fight Them and Stay Diversified
- Strategy Three: Hire a Financial Coach
All of these rules sound simple enough. However, it isn’t knowing the rules that is hard; it’s consistently following them that challenges most people. When people make investing decisions about the future based on track-record performance or emotions (like using all the fancy online investing tools), without realizing it they wind up breaking these 3 rules, thereby sabotaging their portfolio and planning goals.
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