Defining Your Investment Philosophy

Common Sense Financial Podcast

Defining Your Investment Philosophy

As with most things, many of us want a quick fix or quick answer to our questions.

What I have learned is that not everything can be answered with a quick cookie cutter answer. For instance, I am often asked ‘What should I be investing in?’.

Well, if I was simply trying to sell books or give a simple cookie cutter approach to investing, then this would be easy to respond to because I would say the same thing to everybody who asks.

Every investor operates with varying degrees of knowledge and experience with investing. In this podcast, I talk about some of the different investment philosophies that people have.

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