Investing

When Concentration Isn’t Good for You 
We’ve all heard the adage: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” In fact, this concept is the cornerstone of one of the most important concepts for successful long-term investing: diversification. But for a few years now, many investors have taken a different approach: “Put all your eggs in one basket, and watch that basket very carefully.”
The Importance of Staying in Your Seat When the Roller Coaster is Moving
A key lesson to be learned from challenging market environments like these is that long-term investment success requires steadiness. It’s the price we pay for those 8% – 10% average long-term historical returns. And that’s why it’s so important to never focus on or overreact to short-term market movements, especially over a single day.
Why Investing Is Hard but Still Worth Doing in Today’s Market
For long-term investors, facing periods of geopolitical risk is unavoidable. Headlines on regional and global conflicts can be alarming since they disrupt the typical flow of business and market news. These events are also difficult to analyze and their outcomes challenging to predict. Of course, this doesn’t stop many short-term traders from talking about….
How Long-Term Investors Can Be Optimistic When Others are Negative
For long-term investors, facing periods of geopolitical risk is unavoidable. Headlines on regional and global conflicts can be alarming since they disrupt the typical flow of business and market news. These events are also difficult to analyze and their outcomes challenging to predict. Of course, this doesn’t stop many short-term traders from talking about….
Why Patience Is the Most Important Principle of Long-Term Investing
For long-term investors, facing periods of geopolitical risk is unavoidable. Headlines on regional and global conflicts can be alarming since they disrupt the typical flow of business and market news. These events are also difficult to analyze and their outcomes challenging to predict. Of course, this doesn’t stop many short-term traders from talking about….
What To Do With Your RSUs
With the competition for quality employees growing, many companies have turned to equity compensation as a way to attract and retain talent. Currently, the most common form of equity compensation is restricted stock units (RSUs). And while RSUs may seem straightforward, they are also frequently misunderstood, especially by employees who have previously dealt with options and who therefore may not completely grasp how the two vehicles differ.

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