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The market's focus on QE3 is a sign of economic weakness, not strength.
Sensible investing for the majority of people is not about getting a hot tip from some genius about the market's direction.
Most investors own large-cap stocks, but following the herd is rarely part of a great investment strategy.
A company is only as good as its board, and most remain bastions of male clubbiness.
Most people are scared by this volatility, and you can take advantage of that by acting rationally
If you can't be patient through market ups and downs, you shouldn't buy stocks.
We can argue over policy and ideology all we want but something must be done.
The most important thing retail investors can do when weighing their investment options is to compare them based on fees.
The ability to stick to a decisions and endure moments of doubt is what ultimately decides success or failure as an investor.
With 10-year Treasuries at a yield of less than 1.7%, even modest inflation can be devastating.