Carpe diem, a phrase that comes from the Roman poet Horace, means literally "Pluck the day", though it's usually translated as "Seize the day". A free translation might be "Enjoy yourself while you have the chance". For some people, Carpe diem serves as the closest thing to a philosophy of life as … [Read more...] about Carpe Diem….Seize the Day!
Only Focus on Things that Matter - Robin Powell and Financial Journalist Carl Richards We have added a new category to our blog posts - Videos. Our first video is a reminder to focus on the intersection of both the things that matter AND the things that you can control. Carl Richards helps … [Read more...] about Video: Only Focus on Things that Matter
I know that we all want to focus on the future and the great things that are in front of all of us. However, there is one aspect of investing that I wish that we could bring back for investors -- even if it’s only the mentality. Back in the day, if you purchased a bond, you received a bond … [Read more...] about Bring back the bond certificate mentality
We are investors! This is the response that I have given numerous times over the last few weeks as people who know what I do for living ask if we are selling our positions in the global stock market. The question is understandable as the coronavirus 19 has severely impacted life around the globe … [Read more...] about We are investors!
This post is written by Dave Goetsch who is the Executive Producer of the TV series hit - The Big Bang Theory. In 2018 he discussed his transformation on how he approaches investing after the large market decline in 2008-2009. Instead of trying to determine what the global stock markets will do … [Read more...] about A Transformed Investor’s Reaction to Coronavirus
The first decade of the 21st century, and the second one that recently ended, have reinforced for investors some timeless market lessons: Returns can vary sharply from one period to another. Holding a broadly diversified portfolio can help smooth out the swings. And focusing on known drivers of … [Read more...] about A Tale of Two Decades: Lessons for Long‑Term Investors