Tag Archives: disciplined investing
Portfolio Enemy #1
From 1996 through 1999, a silent killer grew and overtook the portfolios of nearly all US investors. I fear it’s on the move again. Working quietly, like a kind of virus, this enemy enters your portfolio and slowly takes over. … Continue reading
What You Did Right
Dan Cuprill, a fellow Matson Money investment coach and all-around great guy, recently sent this message out to his clients. It’s a powerful reminder of why we’re doing what we’re doing. Look for the farmer/seed analogy—it’s really good… … Continue reading
Embracing Market Volatility
Just got this from Mark Matson… Hey Evan, This is a great clip to share with investors and prospects! Check out my recent appearance on Fox Business where the discussion surrounded the recent market volatility and what investors should be … Continue reading
Don’t Just Do Something…Stand There!
Most of us feel better when we’re doing something. This is an unfortunate reality for investors, and it’s why most investors will achieve results far below the market rates of return. Yet again, according to DALBAR the average investor far … Continue reading
Bring on the Double Dip!
If you were unsure about whether financial planning was broken, let this recent headline assure you that, indeed, it is. Most Advisors Call Double-Dip Recession Unlikely But Clients Still Cautious While 52% of registered investment advisors say a double-dip recession … Continue reading