All tagged Financial Planning
The belief that you, or a particularly talented financial manager, can foresee the direction of the stock market is a seductive one. Some investors are confident that, with proper research, they can make money by snapping up equities when prices are low, and shifting their investments into cash or bonds when the market hits its peak. Even worse, they believe they can pay someone else can do it for them. But longitudinal studies have shown time and time again that no one can consistently predict the direction of the market in the short run.
Seth Godin recently wrote a book entitled This Is Marketing and these are the 5 things that I really liked from reading it. I’ve paraphrased from the book my 5 subtitles.
I like to send out a newsletter to my clients and friends every-other week on Thursdays at 2 p.m. PT. I typically include 3 articles with my commentary around the topic of personal finance. Here are the ones I like this week, and I think you will too. (Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you want to be added to my email newsletter list.)
#1 The No. 1 IRA mistake
#2 Productivity Recommendation: Take the Kolbe A™ Index/Instinct Test
#3 The Scientific Secrets to Preventing Jet Lag