Ubiquitous Changes of Life 10 Commandments Of Long Term Investing (2 of 10)

10 Commandments Of Long Term Investing (1 of 10)

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Commandment I: Outperforming Bad Years Is More Important Than Under-performing Good Years - Long term portfolios should be selected on the basis of doing better in bad years for the overall market, rather than ramping up returns in great years. If you run a little short in a big year for the market, that's ok. Avoiding big losses in bear years is more important.