Quote for the Week
In the stock market, the most important organ is the stomach. It’s not the brain…
Do you really have faith that 10 years, 20 years, 30 years from now common stocks are the place to be. If you believe in that, you should have some money in equity funds. It’s a question of what’s your tolerance for pain. There will still be declines. It might be tomorrow. It might be a year from now. Who knows when it’s going to happen? The question is: Are you ready — do you have the stomach for this?
Most people do really well because they just hang in there. — Peter Lynch (source)
From the Archives
No posts next week. Have a Great Thanksgiving!
- The Illusion of Security in Investing – Safal Niveshak
- Staying Invested Beats Timing the Market—Here’s the Proof – Morningstar
- The Death of Small Cap Equities? – Verdad
- We Need to Talk About Your Retirement Spending – C. Benz
- Chris Davis, A Model for A Well-Lived Investing Life – Wall St. Gunslinger
- Reece Duca: How to Craft a Winning Investment Process – Letter a Day
- Tech is Going to Get Much Bigger – Not Boring
- Why the Human Brain Perceives Small Numbers Better – Quanta
- How Mathematics Built the Modern World – Works in Progress
- A History of Garbage – JSTOR Daily