And the most important tip of all? Hire a financial advisor.
Investing can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. If you have a portfolio that was built for you and use the help of a financial advisor, you shouldn’t be too worried about volatility and financial news.
Here are a few tips to help you invest wisely, and stay sane at the same time.
Increasing your wealth over time is about more than making the right stock picks or always buying low and selling high. Too often, we see intelligent investors hamstring their potential for success by making fundamental errors in their investing strategy.
Over the years, we have observed the effects of fear, greed, lack of discipline, groupthink, and many other pitfalls that investors experience. Accordingly, we have compiled this list of seven principles of long-term investing. These principles are by no means exhaustive, nor will they guarantee investment success, but we hope that you will find them useful in helping you make investment decisions.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if you need professional help for a problem or if you can handle it yourself. Whether it’s taking care of a common cold, fixing the sink, changing the oil in your car or doing your own taxes. The same question often arises about finances.
It happens all the time – financial questions pop up that you consider silly or stupid so you feel like you must handle alone and you don’t seek help. This is not the best course. As happens often in life, not reaching out to a professional can delay you reaching your goals and cause you to incur more out-of-pocket expenses and lots of headaches.