30 Jun
June 30, 2015

In most areas of our lives, the more information we get and the more up-to-the-minute it is, the better we can make decisions. However, in investing the opposite is true, which can sometimes be difficult for us to accept.

I’m not talking about the second-by-second blips on a Bloomberg terminal that traders use to make quick-twitch buys and sells. I’m talking about the news reports, cable TV investment reports, and investing articles that you’re bombarded with on a daily basis. The

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