Articles under “mistakes”

The Biology of Good Investing

Investment pundits – ourselves included – write a lot about how checking your portfolio too frequently is hazardous to both your financial and mental health. The evidence is overwhelming that those who check their portfolios on a daily basis tend to underperform those who check their portfolios less frequently.

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The Right and Wrong Reasons to Change Your Risk Tolerance

Our clients sometimes ask us how often they should change their risk tolerance score. The answer is: Not often.

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Invest Despite Volatility

Many facets of investing are counterintuitive. Investment strategies that feel right seldom are.

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The Two Types of Job Offers

In the past we have written numerous posts to help you evaluate specific job offers, but recently we realized we neglected a critical piece of information. There are two distinct job-offer approaches companies take; each can provide you some real insight into how they operate.

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