Today I want to explain one of the biggest mistakes investor's make.
It has nothing to do with what you invest in, where you invest or how much you invest. It goes much deeper than that.
It's got to do with your emotions and behaviour.
The fact is, every investor experiences it at some point. And if you keep doing it, you're guaranteed to lose a fortune.
Let me explain…
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If you look at the behaviour of investors, it's surprising how many investors make the same mistakes.
If you can pinpoint these investor mistakes and have strategies in place to help you avoid them, your investing success should improve as a result.
So what are these common investor mistakes? And what can you do to avoid making these mistakes?
Let's take a closer look…
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Whatever you do, you need to take steps to ensure you don't become a “get poor quick investor”. Your investing career will be over barely after it begun. If you are new to investing or you want to become a better investor, then take note. Read on to uncover why you should avoid these four mistakes made by ‘get poor quick investors'…
The following mistakes have consistently proven themsel... ››› more
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