Smart Investing Made Easy

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Smart Investing Made EasyAs a business person, you are constantly working hard to make a steady paycheck. If you are not working for someone, you are probably working for yourself.

Either way, you are interested in saving not only for your retirement, but also so you can have a safe haven for your money to grow over time.

The problem is that there are too many shady people out there who know what you are trying to do and will take advantage of you in a hurry.

You will more than likely hear their pitch and like what they have to say. Then you get involved in it, only to find you wasted your money and time.

Once this realization has set in, you know you were taken for a ride. Does this sound all too familiar?

If you find yourself in one of the above categories, don’t fault yourself. Maybe you weren’t trained in investing.

And even if you were trained, maybe you did not receive full training or you were just too impatient.

In fact, there have been many investors who looked at stocks without seeing the history of the stock. Or they invest in mutual funds without looking at the fund’s performance.

Study after study shows the average investor does much worse than the average mutual fund, as he switches from his poorly performing fund to the latest hot fund just as it turns down.

The best use of past performance is to determine how a manager behaved in a particular set of prior circumstances.

Yet investors read that past performance is not indicative of future results, and then promptly ignore it.

There are probably thousands upon thousands of investors who make the same mistakes over and over again. It seems they just don’t learn.

Then the next day those same stocks rise again. What happens? The investor kicks himself for selling, when he should have been more patient.

Either that, there are investors who receive a hot tip, only to find out later that it did not work.

You may not believe this, but I was like you at one time. I studied investing in college. When I graduated, I thought I knew it all.

I began working with stocks. I would study the market to see what the best stock was. I would invest in that stock.

Two days later the stock crumbled. I was given wrong information about the stock and believed my sources instead of checking the stocks history.

I then went into mutual funds, thinking that would be easier. However, what I found out turned not to be easy at all.

I even felt sorry for others who did invest. I just thought how stupid they were to do that, knowing they would lose in the end.

It just seemed like a losing battle to me so I just gave up and decided to spend my money instead of investing it.

Well, a friend of mine brought me to my senses, and made me realize a couple of failures don’t mean future failures. My friend was right.

So I went on a long journey of self-discovery. I did a lot of research. I talked to experts in the field to learn better ways of investing.

After talking to every expert I got my hands on… Read more…

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