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Posted: 11 Oct 2016 02:05 AM PDT
Kiplinger lists six ways to improve your odds of success at investing as follows:
1. Using low-cost, low-turnover solutions—preferably index-like mutual funds with a relatively low focus on active management.
2. Hire a fee-only objective adviser to help you sort through your holdings, provide recommendations and monitor them.
3. Keep a low percentage of your assets in "wager" investments, such as a new company or another unproven idea that you'd like to take a chance on.
4. Get objective advice on your employer's retirement plan holdings.
5. If you have a large enough portfolio, consider putting together a diversified basket of high-quality stocks and holding them for a very long time.
6. Ignore fund company advertising.
Does anyone else get the idea that they wanted to write a whole article but didn't have enough content so they added a bunch of useless info? That what it seems happened to me.
Personally, I think #1 alone would improve the odds of investing success for most people. Here are some of my posts that explain why:
Personally, I've primarily used three Vanguard index funds for most of my investing life and have done quite well.
I currently own the majority of my assets in these three funds and plan on leaving them there for a long time.
As for tips #2 through #6, they seem like a waste of advice/space to me, but perhaps I'm just in a cantankerous mood today. :)
How about you? What are your tips for improving your investing success?
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