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50 to 60 Positions! Why?
We typically have 50 to 60 positions. It’s not more concentrated out of prudence and humility. There’s always a chance we’ll be wrong on any given idea.
Maintaining Strict Diversification Rules
Searching for the Right Stocks is no Easy Task
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Lessons Learned from a Long Career
Know When and How to Say No
Your Brain is Not a Computer
Play Your Strengths
Everything is not a Buy or Sell
Eliminating Market Risk
Investor Age and Asset Allocations
Lessons to Learn from a Market Downturn (1 of 7)
How Portfolio Concentration Can Be Unrisky
How Mutual Funds can Affect Your Diversified Portfolio
Why Growth and Value Stocks are Important in Buy and Hold Strategies
When Diversification Does not Make Sense
Using IRR to Determine When to Sell
Become More Contrarian with Your Views
The Importance of Diversification in Risk Management
There’s More Than One Form of Active Portfolio Management
Constructing a Portfolio on Your Highest Conviction Idea
Gaining a Position to Win in any Situation
13 Investment Failure Reasons (11 of 13)
Perseverance is a Key to Success
Adapting to Market Trends
Be Aware of But Remain Detached from Your Trade
Utilize Stop Losses to Keep Profits Real
What to Do if Your Investing Funds are Tied Up
Success through Inactivity?
Saving Capital or Trading?
Learn Not to Trade
Successfully Trading In and Out of Positions
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