Research shows that the financial market and economies cannot be forecast — so investors would do well to ignore predictions.
Financial planner Jonathan DeYoe reflects on impermanence after the death of his brother David this summer.
Staying mindful of the limitations of our knowledge can create a better investment experience.
If there were a common, misguided idea about financial markets that you held, would you change it?
There are no crystal balls, and no one can predict the short-term outcome of investments.
Thoughtful investing is being drowned out by noise. This is not investing: it’s speculation. And mistaking one for the other is one of the biggest errors long-term investors make.
We’ve been getting the bubble question since 2014. We weren’t in a bubble then and, while things are not ‘cheap,’ there are investments that are looking frothier these days.
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