During the last few weeks, I’ve shared strategies to prepare your portfolio ahead of putting your dollars and savings to work. I’ve also shared an important technique to hone your investing skills — the postmortem breakdown of your investments, and how to recognize where you made smart decisions and where things may have deviated from what you hoped.
If you’ve been a longtime investor or even if you’re just a novice, you and I have many things in common, including wanting to generate profits. I mean, is anybody investing with the intention of losing money?
Like anything worth doing, let alone making a profit at it, investing takes work — and I hate to burst your bubble, but sometimes that means hard work. Sure, you may get lucky once in a while, but as I’ve shared with you before, it takes a repeatable process to be a successful investor during the long term.
Read more about why you should trust the investment process at Eagle Daily Investor.