Monthly Archives: June 2009

Avoiding Black Swans

We would be far better off if we learned to avoid Black Swans.  These three suggestions are priceless.

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Keep it Simple

I was reading Bogle this morning (still on chapter 3) and he referrenced William of Occam, a franciscan friar and philosopher famous for his Razor theory. Here it is in three forms: “Entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily” or put … Continue reading

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Market Timing is a Bad Strategy. Do it Right. Invest!

Investing in the stock market as a market timer is a loser’s game. A good definition of a market timer is anyone making a trade or series of trades based on a prediction about the future.¬† Market timers say things … Continue reading

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