When you’re investing, you want to own things that aren’t always going to move together. If two different investments move together, then one of them is redundant. Today, Paul talks about the Goal Post Effect and why other investment companies too often focus on the same areas of the market, only in different funds. Later, Paul shares a chart that shows reasons investors could have left the market since March of 2009 and talks about how there is always a reason to sell and why the educated investor stays the course.
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