Sure, you can make more money with more risk. But smart investors don't operate like that.
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On any given day, the noise of the market is far more powerful than any signal.
The most important aspect of a portfolio is not past performance, but rather the process that should be consistent in producing that past performance.
Sticking with business enterprises holding few liabilities and leading brand names is helpful toward whittling down the possibles from the impossibles.
The lesson: Focus on factors that are really important, and do so in an unemotional manner.
Adding uncorrelated assets can create compelling risk/reward potential.
People often get so excited with a rising price of a stock in their portfolio that they sell when it's just starting to move in their favor.
Research is not as simple as poring over SEC filings. It’s also reading between the lines to glean the telltale signs of the progress or deterioration of a business.
Many market participants speculate on price momentum without much regard to price justification, a potentially dangerous strategy.