3 months ago • 4:44 mins
In uncertain times, it can be tough to keep your eye on the horizon and stay true to your long-term investment goals. For some people, a little mantra or some words of wisdom can help. If you’re not up for writing your own, borrow one of my favorites. Here are three of them…
Steadily growing your investment returns, year after year, can give a massive boost to your personal balance sheet over time. If you start with $1,000 and grow that by 10% in a year, for example, you’ll have $1,100 – a $100 increase in the value of your investment. But if you then earn 10% the next year on that $1,100, your investment grows by $110. That extra $10 might not seem like
Here’s how hedge funds are investing right now, and how you can copy what they’re doing.
The world’s biggest publicly-listed hedge fund is entering the crypto fray, despite the dramatic FTX implosion scaring other investors away. So Jon’s got to work figuring out what investment strategy it might be using, and has made a non-institutional-investor-friendly version for you.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway announced holdings in five Japanese firms back in 2020, and – after notching some godlike returns – it’s just gone back for more.