What most investors don’t realize is that while averages maybe true in the aggregate, they may not survive long enough in the market for their personal experience to match up with the statistics.Freefloat
The key takeaway is, while equity is the right asset class to fight inflation, there no guarantees of success. If you blindly invest each month, then you are leaving the fate of your investments to luck. Undoubtedly, your money deserves better treatment, even if you don’t!Freefincal
💸 Personal finance
Starting with 3 very important pieces that talk about sequence risk. Lot of investors including myself don’t think much or wouldn’t have even heard of sequence risk. Most investing or sales pitches start and end with setting up an SIP and buy & die. That’s a process, but investors confuse it for a strategy. What investors should ideally do is to consider and prepare as much as possible for scenarios where everything that can possibly go wrong, goes wrong. Embedded within all investing is an element of hope, but that’s not a strategy not does it guarantee a acceptable outcome.
Con Men in Tights. On Robinhood’s misguided mission to “democratize finance”. Another Robinhood bashing post, the worst part is that it has almost become a trusim. This is an utterly ridiculous narrative and Robinhood has unfairly become the posterchild of all the worst excesses in the US markets. This is a pet peeve of mine and I had written about it earlier as well. But nonetheless, important to know all competing narratives before you draw a conclusion.
The Equity Market Implications of the Retail Investment Boom. Really interesting paper that tries to quantify the impact of the so called “Robinhood traders” on the market.
Garbage can portfolio
Everybody seems to be trading their pants off
Welcome to your Orwellian nightmare