Four Investing Principles to Make Your Money Work for You

In today’s post I would like to highlight the importance of four investing principles to make your money work for you. You must:

  1. Invest in good solid companies;
  2. Practice patience;
  3. Not panic when making investment decisions;
  4. Relish major market corrections as they provide opportunities in which to acquire shares at more reasonable valuations.

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Investing in Equities Does Not Need to be Complicated

Investing in equities does not need to be complicated. This is something you can do yourself.

There is no reason to invest through expensive actively managed mutual funds. In fact, few actively managed funds have an enviable track record.

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I Spell Irrational Exuberance: NETFLIX

On December 5, 1996, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan made his famous speech wherein he asked if “Irrational Exuberance” had begun to play a role in the increase of certain asset prices. Looking at Netflix’s current stock valuation I spell Irrational Exuberance: NETFLIX. Continue reading “I Spell Irrational Exuberance: NETFLIX”

10 Investment Commandments for Early Financial Freedom

Becoming financially free by following a sound investment strategy has been at the forefront of my mind for as long as I can remember. Fortunately, many years ago I came to terms with my strengths and weaknesses as they relate to investing which enabled me to formulate 10 investment commandments for early financial freedom.

In this post I share my 10 Investment Commandments which helped me become financially free several years before the typical retirement age of 65+ years. My 10 Investment Commandments