Posted by Jill Boynton on February 14, 2014
Carl Richards has a knack for simplifying a concept. He creates back-of-the-napkin drawings that explain stock market concepts so simply and elegantly that you can't miss the message. His latest blog, about how investors tend to buy when prices are high and sell when prices are low is not to be missed. The real message of the piece is that good investing is not about knowing more about finance, it's about having disciplined behavior.