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Relax: Doing Less With Your Investments

In his latest Behavior Gap Newsletter, Carl Richards nails that feeling of confusion that comes when we learn first hand that “past performance is not a guarantee of future results.”

Investing isn’t like hiring a basketball coach, Richards argues, but rather like planting an oak tree: Continue reading

Carl Richards on Investing, Emotion and Simplicity

Carl Richards, founder of Prasada Capital and a weekly contributor to the New York Times’ Bucks blog, recently took some time out of a busy schedule to talk to Portfolioist. The topic: how investors can get a handle on their own investments. Continue reading