Intelligent Investing

by Terrell Stauffer

Former Charlotte Investment Advisor Representative, Abiding Wealth Advisors, LLC

Recently I had the pleasure of reading The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. Graham argues that an intelligent investor avoids the biases that the everyday investor frequently falls into. Although random, abnormally high returns can be obtained by chance, in the long run, it pays to be a prudent investor. This means that Mr. Market presents opportunities to buy and sell into valuable companies that will outperform in the long run. My job is to help you avoid the biases and filter through the potentially valuable opportunities Mr. Market provides.

In the following posts, I will include quotes from Graham, pointing to many of these common biases and important investing principles.

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