December 15th, 2015

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Investors Must Avoid in the Coming Decade

By Doug Hornig, Senior Editor, Casey Research In today’s shaky economy and jittery investment markets, investors may well find that their best moves are not discovering the next big thing or a fantastic value, but simply avoiding serious, and costly, mistakes. Here are ten of the most common mistakes we see investors making everyday, and how to avoid making them yourself. #10. Being “all in” on equities. Stocks are what most people know the most about and where they have most of their money. Some have only a handful of stock-filled mutual funds or ETFs in their IRAs, pension funds, or 401(k)s. Others actively manage their portfolios and have a basket of their own personal picks. But time and again we hear from investors who…
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