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Surviving the Stock Market: Stay Ahead Of Your Emotions

Surviving the Stock Market: Stay Ahead Of Your Emotions by Jeff Holland{1:22 minutes to read} All stocks have to be owned by someone. Investors essentially have long-term ownership in the world’s businesses. Like any owners, they get paid last. But often, especially if they globally diversify their portfolio, they also get paid most. And, like any owners, they are often the first ones affected by revenue changes, which can be scary.  Managing human emotions are the major driving force behind investor success.

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Sell in May and Go Away!

Sell in May and Go Away! by John MaguireApril showers bring May flowers.”

We have all heard this rhyme at various points in our lives. But how many of us are familiar with the investment adage to “Sell in May and Go Away?” This saying originated in England, and the most credible version was, “Sell in May and go away, do not return until St. Leger’s Day.” Established in 1776, St. Leger’s Day falls on the second Saturday in September and is famous to English horse racing fans as the final leg of Britain’s five Classics. Continue reading