Conquer Information Overload And Become a Decisive Investor
Author: Sandy Betner Chaikin
Excerpt: Before I started investing in stocks on my own in 2012, my investments were in mutual funds because I assumed stock investing was way too complicated and time-consuming. There are so many things we as investors are told we need to evaluate, such as: historical price trend, industry group, analyst opinions, money flow, relative strength to the S&P, debt to equity, earnings expectations, etc. . . . how do you find the time to research all of these? Let alone know what each means?
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