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No wonder investing is confusing for the average investor.

Many investors take a “follow the pros” strategy. Whether that means watching the business networks, tracking Warren Buffett, or subscribing in to investment newsletters, these investors invest based on what “experts” tout.

Often though the advice of one professional runs contrary to the next. What to do?

I saw a good example of this in Yahoo News. 

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Top Stock Picks for 2012

On 12/15/2011, in Equities, Investment Strategies, by Jordan Wilson

Everyone wants to know the best stocks to invest in for 2012.

I know I do.

So what are the top stock picks for next year?

I am just a single person tooling away in the tundra of Western Canada, so who am I to choose.

Instead, I shall bring you the absolutely best 10 stocks for 2012 courtesy of the professionals who do this for a living. As such, these 10 must be the top performing picks over the next 12 months.

No thanks needed. I am just trying to help you succeed in wealth creation. 

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Photo for Sale

On 11/25/2011, in Alternative Investments, by Jordan Wilson

I took a great photo the other day and am looking to sell it.

What would you pay?

It is a pretty picture. Lovely river, green grass. 

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Investment Advice Via Mass Media

On 11/08/2011, in Investment Strategies, by Jordan Wilson

If you follow mass media for your investment advice, you need to be very careful. And many investors diligently watch the business news networks and financial commentary daily.

I am not a huge fan of financial media in general. Especially the talking heads (i.e., pundits) and business commentators.

Why? 

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Following the Experts

On 08/17/2011, in Economics, by Jordan Wilson

Another day, another example of experts getting it wrong.

Today it involves the economic forecast for Hong Kong. 

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