Investing 101 for the buy and hold investor

Sometimes it’s hard to do what’s important and what matters as it pertains to investing. It’s not the return on your investments that ultimately matter, but its if you’re able to stay the course in order to get that long term compounding interest that will double and even quadruple your investments every 10 years orContinue reading “Investing 101 for the buy and hold investor”

How to Avoid Speculative Investing

I recently wrote about having a reasonable investing plan and how important it is to have one, but It’s even more important to have an investment plan during times of market volatility than in bull markets. If not you may be investing speculatively and be unaware of it. Benjamin Graham once said The greatest dangerContinue reading “How to Avoid Speculative Investing”

How to develop an income stream

Investing in stocks is like farming. There is a time to reap and then there’s a time to sow. It’s a great hobby to partake in if you have patience. That’s why the stock market is not the best place to keep your emergency funds. It’s the same reason why your personal home should notContinue reading “How to develop an income stream”

How to choose between passive vs. Active investing

The reason I hate investing in individual stocks is because at the end of the day there will be winners and there will be losers. All of your individual stock holdings will not win. To win at investing in individual stocks your winners have to outperform your losers. Your winners have to win bigger thanContinue reading “How to choose between passive vs. Active investing”

The Market Cycle

  I recently read Robert Kiyosaki’s, the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, recent article about the seven stages of a financial bubble which was first mentioned in Nobel Laureate Hyman Minsky’s 1982 book titled Can It Happen Again. The seven stages of a financial bubble as Robert Kiyosaki stated in his post are AContinue reading “The Market Cycle”