Many of us feel as if we are running at 100 miles per hour every day.
We often feel compelled to make important decisions under pressure.
But when it comes to investing (and so many other things in life), the wiser option is to slow down, value our time and exercise patience.
I have listed two articles below that look at the value of maintaining a long-term perspective in a world where short-term thinking is usually the norm.
I trust you will find it valuable.
In winemaking, not every harvest is exceptional. Investing is like that too which is why patience and maintaining a long-term view are key. https://bit.ly/3qpiNVL
When the news is stressful, it can make sense to focus more on how you are spending your time. https://bit.ly/30o3rGy
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