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There are some insightful quotes out there from great investors and financial authors. Let’s find out how they might apply to your financial situation.
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On this episode of How Money Works, Craig and Jennifer Moser share some famous quotes from great investors and what we can learn from them.
“The four most dangerous words in investing are: “This time it’s different.”
– Sir John Templeton, founder of Templeton Growth Fund
We hear this all the time. What we’re seeing with the economy now looks very similar to what happened in the 90s and early 2000s with the tech boom. As the saying goes, history doesn’t repeat itself but it rhymes.
“The investor’s chief problem— and even his worst enemy — is likely to be himself.”
– Benjamin Graham, author
He’s basically saying you are your own worst enemy. We’re at the very top of the chart for the U.S. stock market and stocks are at all-time highs. We don’t know where they’ll go, but we’ll likely have a market correction, which means it could go lower.
“There is no such thing as no risk. There’s only this choice of what to risk and when to risk it.”
– Nick Murray, author
You need to have a game plan instead of reacting to external stimuli. Ask yourself, where does the risk part of your portfolio go? It’s important that you have some of your money in growth assets.
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4:06 – Four dangerous words
5:43 – Worst enemy
7:45 – No risk
10:01 – Dangerous people
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