Essential Wisdom for Today’s Market

We’d like to share with our reader’s a short (4 minute) webcast released by Selected Funds.  We find this to be a particularly useful resource to help navigate today’s investing environment. It covers the following three essential themes that have guided some of history’s most successful investors:

Stay focused on the long term – Recognize that periods of low returns for stocks have historically been followed by periods of higher returns

Remain unemotional – Avoid self-destructive behavior by controlling emotions and adhering to your investment plan

Be disciplined – Though frustrating and disappointing, short-term underperformance is an inevitable part of building long-term wealth

Click on this link and then “Play” to view webcast:


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