Investing is an essential part of any financial plan.
But it confounds me that many people don’t do it…
Keeping their money out of the market for a variety of reasons…
And inevitably losing out on enormous growth.
Let’s put this into perspective…
Twitter remains one of my favourite platforms.
I get up-to-the-minute information on all my favourite topics.
(Finance being my number 1 of course).
Here are some of my favourite financial accounts…
And why I like them.
Recently, I read a book titled: How to Think about Money
The final chapter was particularly interesting.
So I thought I’d share a summary of it…
In 10 simple points.
Warren Buffett swears by it.
Apparently, Einstein did too.
And it’s no wonder.
Because the returns are exponential.
There may be times when it pays to aim for perfection.
But investing isn’t one of them.
In fact, it’s counter-productive.
When it comes to investing…
There are three strategies.
This is great for investors…
It means they can choose the one they’re most comfortable with.
But is your strategy really working for you?
As investors, we all want a good investment experience.
The key to this is controlling what we can…
And accepting what we can’t.
I briefly touched on this last week.
Now for a more detailed look…
How often do you worry about things you can’t control?
Or things that don’t matter?
We’re all human at the end of the day…
But isn’t worrying simply irrational and counterproductive?