A Year’s Worth of “Financial STOP Doing” Advice – by Steve Lowrie

Ah, there’s nothing like making fresh, new resolutions in a fresh, New Year in which anything is possible. But while “anything is possible” may be personally invigorating, as investors, we crave just the opposite: We prefer certainty. Too bad it doesn’t exist, at least not as The Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig has defined it in his wickedly insightful “The Devil’s Financial Dictionary”: CERTAINTY, n.  A state of clarity and predictability in economic and geopolitical affairs that all … [Read more…]

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