We all know “buy low, sell high” – and I even wrote a book once on how I think investors ultimately best monetize their participation in the stock market.
We are living in interesting times for equity investors, and I have no reason to believe those times will get any less interesting any time soon.
But one thing I would love for clients of The Bahnsen Group, and to a lesser extent, all readers of the Dividend Cafe is for there to be an understanding of what equity investors are really after. We all know “buy low, sell high” – and I even wrote a book once on how I think investors ultimately best monetize their participation in the stock market.
But I think a little more understanding of what one is paying for when one buys a stock may be useful (which of course, also implies a definition for what they are selling when they sell one). And if I do this right, maybe, just maybe, we will gain a better understanding of how to navigate the next phase of markets. To that end, we work.
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David is the Founder, Managing Partner, and the Chief Investment Officer of The Bahnsen Group.View episodes
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