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Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Investing in Stocks at All-Time Highs’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
- Investing when stocks have never been higher might seem like a losing proposition. However, in Ben’s latest post he illustrates why that isn’t necessarily the case. Especially here in 2020.
‘Last Man Standing’ – Morgan Housel – Collaborative Fund
- Taking a lesson from Jeff Bezos and Amazon, Morgan proposes to investors why the highest returns don’t necessarily make you the best investor. It comes down to actual dollars, not percentage returns or margins.
‘Behavioural Lessons from 2020’ – Joe Wiggins – Behavioural Investment
- When things are crazy, like they have been throughout 2020, it’s important to actually take something away from it. It’s one thing to survive a year like this, but it’s another to learn from it. This post outlines a few lessons from 2020.
‘No Need to Hedge When Stocks Only Go Up’ – Jason Goepfert – Sentimentrader
- It always amazes me how fast investors make the shift from fear to greed and back multiple times. This post shows that less and less hedging in the equity market means people are jumping into the “greed” side of things.