Jason Zweig about investing in the stock market but for me this one is the best and most crucial and absolutely the most difficult:
"Approximately 99% of the time, the single most important thing investors should do is absolutely nothing.” As an investor you should bet seldom and only when the odds of success are substantially in your favor. The temptation of investors is too often toward action when inaction is their friend. Keeping fees and expenses very low is important and avoiding hyperactivity helps with that objective.Imagine if you bought Apple
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It’s not necessarily about buying what stock is the most hated, although that might be part of it, it’s more about buying what stocks nobody thinks can change. Really, it’s about buying some of those stocks that are placed in the category as dead and buried when in fact they might just make a transformation and take the stock and the company much, much higher. Take Netflix for instance, believe it or not, they once mailed out DVDs in red envelopes to movie fans of all kinds all over the country. But if you thought this company wasn’t going to
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If you read this run down of Charlie Gasparino's recent Twitter battle, you'd think Gasparino was someone who never laughed or smiled. You might even think he was like Scrooge in a Christmas Carol, shouting humbug at everyone on Wall Street, pushing children into the gutter if they got in his way, knocking down old ladies... Well, here's proof that Gasparino isn't all that bad. Look, he's about to break into a fit of laughter. There's a smile. He's no Ebenezer Scrooge or Grinch, he's full of joy and happiness. Just look at that joy on the Fox
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Facebook and even Google offering billions of dollars for this "ephemeral" social media application. Who knew there was a new category of social media called "ephemeral". Man though, I think Snapchat should have taken the money. Then again, I thought Facebook was stupid not to take the billion from Yahoo many years ago.
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