Warren Buffet, Fidelity, and Vanguard all tell you to buy and hold because, in the long run, stocks outperform bonds. “But wait a minute, wouldn’t it make sense to get out during market turmoil and get back in?” You are not alone
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I commuted to Boston for six years when I worked for Thomson Reuters. Sitting in traffic allowed for plenty of time to contemplate the striking parallels between investing and commuting. So every day I faced the following strategic decisions getting from
As an investor, should you think long run? Absolutely. Many of us save towards a house, children’s education and retirement, which require long-term planning. But does it make sense to make your investment decisions based on 30-year averages for risk
Quiz #1 Suppose you invest $100 in a stock that goes down 50% one day and goes up 50% the next day, how much do you have after two days? A.