“Don’t Look Back”
Investing is an eternally forward-looking business...
Sometimes trying to be perfect in investing can hurt your returns ...
Take care of business before getting too carried. Invest in companies that do the same.
This helped me become the owner of shares in more companies.
7investing guest writer Krzysztof Piekarski writes about the strategies that are available in today's fast-paced investing world.
Not every investment opportunity calls the United States home.
Inflation might be high right now in the short term, but larger deflationary forces might come into play over the long term.
Whether it is Australia, New Zealand, or the United States, inflation is rising. Will central banks have to act fast to prevent economies from heating up too much, too fast? What does all this mean...
Inflation may change your consumer spending priorities. As a long term investor, the important indicators of a business are even more important.
Some things have changed for good while others may return to the way they were.
There are stocks we own where we are also very happy customers.
A lot of companies have chosen to go public using this route instead of a traditional IPO.
It can be difficult knowing when to sell a stock, but fraud or a drastic pivot in the business model are as clear as they come.
This company raised two red flags that made me not want to own it anymore.
Taking the emotion out of the response to market changes by trusting our investment thesis.
Knowing when to sell is one of the most difficult parts of investing.
At 7investing we believe in long-term, buying-and-holding because compounding works best when not interrupted. Still, there are times when it's better to cut a stock loose.
Short-term market reactions are unpredictable and irrelevant.
What gets reported isn't the actual story.
Year-over-year comparisons don't mean what they used to.
Sometimes it's important to really be in touch with the core reason as to why you invest.
Covid cases are up and that spooked some investors, but the effect may be short-lived.
What's the true cost of car ownership? My nerdy habit has provided some interesting answers.
We all do it, but understanding where you make financial mistakes can stop you from making them.
Is home bias eating into your returns? Are you fishing where the fish are? Anirban answers these questions in this article and explains why a global outlook can benefit your portfolio.
Small cap. Mid cap. Large cap. These terms are everywhere. Index managers, fund managers, exchange-traded funds, all use them. Investors of all stripes use them. What's interesting is -- the...
SPACs have become an increasingly popular way to take a company public but there are risks for investors.
There are some things that simply aren't negotiable when it comes to investing.