Investors trade more than they used to. Often these buy and sell decisions are emotional responses to market volatility — an attempt to limit losses in choppy markets. We believe an investor should rarely, if ever, make adjustments to their portfolio based upon an emotional response to the market.
Unless you are very rare, we all make mistakes. The important thing is that we learn from them. And I thought you might enjoy reading about lessons from some of the most common investment mistakes:
Patience is a virtue. And nowhere is that more true than in the investment world.
I was interested to read Evelyn Rusli’s recent article in The Wall Street Journal “The Facebook IPO One Year Later.”  Of cour