Friday, January 30, 2015



1. Change your mind as often as the facts change. 

2. Ignore people who refuse to change their minds when the facts change.

3. Emotional intelligence is more important than book intelligence.

4. The correlation between confidence and future regret is high.

5. The most powerful way to have more money is to learn to live with less. You have complete control over your lifestyle.

6. Big risks will always be disregarded; small risks, always blown out of proportion. 

7. You're only diversified when some of your investments perform worse than others. 

8. Admit when you're wrong.

9. Assume the worst, hope for the best, and accept reality.

10. Every five to seven years, people forget that the market crashes every five to seven years.

Simple, straightforward advise that will cure your latest investing ailment.

摘自The Motley Fool.