May 26, 2020
As Mill Creek Capital Advisors notes, investors are facing two divergent fears in today’s turbulent economy: the fear that equity markets will retest their March 23 lows and fall further, and a fear of missing opportunities for strong gains if markets move higher.
I admit, when it comes to investing, I struggle with that fear, and it has led to some significant mistakes, such as in 2008 when I was heavily invested in bank stocks during a time when financial institutions collapsed. My mistake was that I bought too much too soon after the crash. I also underestimated how far the market would fall before it turned around.
How many of you are facing this fear now? You’re not alone.
December 13, 2023
Happiness is fascinating and is considered the ultimate desire in life by many. I have been doing extensive research on this complex topic, or perhaps one could call it ‘me-search’. I have realized that unless I can write it, share it and teach it, I have not truly learned it. Arthur Brooks, a renowned social […]
October 19, 2023
Integrity is often regarded as the cornerstone of a person’s character; it is a quality that holds a great deal of significance in all aspects of life. Integrity is often the moral compass that guides our actions, behavior, and decisions, and it is possibly one of the most important traits an individual can possess. Having […]