If it seems like all investors are selling, who is buying?
If trading has become fun for you, maybe it’s time to refocus on profits.
If your stock has reached an annual low, can it be reduced?
If your inventory has reached an annual maximum, can it increase?
If all television analysts jumped off the bridge, would anyone care?
If your portfolio is based solely on thorough analysis, it may be time to learn technical analysis.
If I were to say you have a wonderful portfolio, would you hold it by index?
If you’re tired of losing value on the long side, maybe it’s time to learn both sides of the market.
If you don’t have a written financial plan, you should.
If you could set aside $ 205 at the beginning of each month for thirty-five years, with an annual return of 11%, you could save more than $ 1 million.
If you’ve stopped looking at portfolio statements, does that mean your game plan is off?
If a fool and his money are easily separated, who introduced them?
If buying and holding is your philosophy, why do you need a middleman?
If a tree falls into the woods, does it destroy the stock market that day?
If someone had invented a computer investment program that proved to be 100% accurate all along, we would never have found out about it.
If you think the market has capitulated, you are not in a position to sell hysteria.
If 1,000,000 lemmings jump, can everyone make a mistake?
If you want to know what Greenspan thinks about economics, count the times he smiles.
If you don’t expect anything from your portfolio, you won’t be disappointed.
If you are a rational investor, can you benefit from an irrational market?
To manage your money like a government, you would take money from your neighbor and spend it on stock options that expire this week.
If you are confused by media opinions, create your own.