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The dirty secret in Wall Street is that the path to wealth creation is simple, and most people lose money in the markets because they’re making it way too complicated – and this is exactly how the corporate elites want it to be perceived. Big-bank financial analysts use difficult language and fancy words to maintain an evil separation: the haves and the have-nots.

They want you to be among the have-nots, and you’re only helping them achieve their destructive ends if you react to every little piece of mass-media news and overcomplicate your investing strategy. Sadly, there have been countless victims: since 1990, the average investor has underperformed with the S&P 500, gold, and even bonds (which offer pathetically low yields).

You can outperform these asset classes over time; in fact, you can absolutely crush the markets if you apply some basic principles. Why doesn’t everybody do this? It’s because they don’t have a plan at all, and instead rely on their “gut instinct” which is really just their emotions.

That’s a roadmap to disaster; people end up buying near the top and selling near the bottom, rinse and repeat until they’re broke:

Courtesy: Marketwatch

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As you can see in the chart above, the vast majority of the public gets caught buying in the greed and delusion phases, only to get trapped and end up selling when the market escalator goes down fast. So in a sense, investing isn’t easy – and yet, it’s actually extremely easy if you stick to a few essential rules. 

  • If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail: But having a plan isn’t enough; you’ve got to stick to your plan (assuming it’s a good one). It’s the implementation phase that trips people up because most retail investors just abandon their plan and fly by the seat of their pants, while the smart money stays on course and outperforms in the long term. 
  • Spread your funds across multiple uncorrelated asset classes: Everybody talks about diversification, but few people actually practice what they preach. Owning different large-cap stocks isn’t enough, because if there’s a stock-market crash then they’ll all go down with the ship. Consider small positions in uncorrelated asset classes, including commodities, cryptocurrency, private lending and real estate. 
  • Master the science of position sizing: Notice that I said small positions in the previous point; most retail traders bite off way more than they can chew, and end up in deep trouble because they’re over-allocated in one position. If any of your investments could cause more than a 5% loss in your overall portfolio, you’re probably over-positioned. 
  • Tune out the noise: Nearly all short-term news items you’ll see in the mass media are just noise for investors with a solid long-term plan. Chasing price action and trying to anticipate day-to-day headlines is a losing battle. Be aware of daily news developments, but don’t make them the centerpiece of your overarching strategy.

Simple as they are, almost nobody will actually abide by those guidelines – but you don’t have to be like everybody else. Now you have the time-tested principles that have built wealth for the world’s best investors; just learn them and stick to them, and you’ll have a masterplan for exceptional profits and enduring peace of mind.

Best Regards,

Thomas Hugh

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