Uncertainty is an escapable part of investing.
However, there are things you can do to give yourself the best chance of making good investment decisions.
– having a philosophy to guide your choices,
– having a plan for getting to your goals; and
– having a process for dealing with the unexpected.
Of course, none of this ever makes uncertainty go away, and there’s no guarantee that markets will react as you expect.
But you can ensure your behaviour doesn’t get in the way of good outcomes.
In this month’s blog, we have referenced 2 articles that clarify how to establish your investment philosophy and highlight the importance of planning
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