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By the Book

The investment books most likely to improve one’s abilities to invest successfully will not be the ones providing recommendations of what stocks to buy, and right now. Nor will a book simply offering models of fund-centric portfolios based on the … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

|“All card playing is not gambling, all stock purchases are not investing…”|  – Jim Paul, What I Learned Losing a Million Dollars What the heck is an investment plan? Open a brokerage account or interview a financial planner and you … Continue reading

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Oh time, thy pyramids

Let’s start with a reminder that equities and fixed income instruments don’t respect the Gregorian calendar. Why should it? At what point does the fact that a year consists of about 356 days, and further divided into twelve months of … Continue reading

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