Invest in passively managed index funds, not actively managed mutual funds.
A constant theme of mine for individual investors.
Today, a short video courtesy of The Motley Fool. (more…)
StreetAuthority looks at three essential investment rules of master investor, Peter Lynch.
Excellent investment advice for those wishing to invest in individual equities.
Unfortunately, I do not know any non-professional investors who could actually follow two of the three keys. Ah, the joys of investment advice. (more…)
I like a general buy and hold philosophy for investing. Find solid, well-diversfied, low-cost investments (i.e., passively managed index funds), acquire by dollar cost averaging, and only adjust holdings to reflect your target asset allocation over time.
But can investors follow this model?
Or are we hard-wired to be traders? (more…)
For most investors, I recommend a passive investment approach.
There are a plethora of ETFs and mutual funds available for investors. So how do you choose the best fund? (more…)
Benjamin Graham mentored Warren Buffet and is considered the founder of value investing.
Today, a quick summary on Benjamin Graham and his three key principles for value investing. While they may not turn you into the next Warren Buffett, these investment tips will make you a better investor. (more…)
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. (more…)
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