When I was a little boy, my mother warned me that I should never try to catch a falling knife.
She said, “It just isn’t worth it. If the knife lands on the floor, the worst thing is that you’ll have to wash it off before… Read More
Many investors like to describe different approaches to investment decision-making by sticking one-word labels on them.
This can make conversations flow more smoothly, but it does little to raise anybody’s investment knowledge. In fact, it can lead to false impressions.
Three of the most common one- or… Read More
There is a randomness to stock market growth that can lead investors to make poor decisions if they don’t keep diversification and long-term goals in mind
When we step back from looking at the market’s day-to-day fluctuations, and instead try to figure out where stock prices… Read More
Learning how to get started investing in the stock market is easier when you take the Successful Investor approach and focus on building a diversified portfolio of high-quality stocks
If you’re ready to learn how to get started investing in the stock market—or for that matter,… Read More
Understand the factors that affect investment decisions so you maximize your portfolio returns
It’s generally a waste of time to obsess about a short-term downward movement in the economy, stock market or both. These downward movements can occur for a wide variety of reasons, at any… Read More
Staying away from the most volatile penny stocks will help you build a more stable and diversified portfolio of higher-quality stocks
Some investors look to the most volatile penny stocks as a quick way to boost their investment gains. But while buying penny stocks can lead… Read More
Investing money in Canada for beginners—you can be highly successful but you need to follow these important tips
We think that investing money in Canada for beginners—or even experienced investors—will be much more profitable with our stock tips. These pointers aim to help you cut risk… Read More
Including good stocks for long-term investment gains from the Resource section can be especially helpful in times of inflation. Learn more below.
For most investors, resource stocks should make up only a limited portion of their portfolios. That means that while we think you should maintain… Read More
Real-return bonds pay a return adjusted for inflation. But when you buy a real-return bond, you are only protecting yourself against unanticipated rises in inflation.
Real-return bonds pay you a rate of return that’s adjusted for inflation, but that’s not always as promising as it seems.
When… Read More