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Quote of the Week - Kenneth L Fisher

Updated: May 13

“You needn’t be right 100% of the time to do well in investing. Rather, you want to aim to be right more than wrong.” - Kenneth L Fisher

Check out the explanation below 👇

Being wrong in investing is inevitable - it will happen.


Investors shouldn’t worry too much when they go wrong or assume they are not good enough.


Investing is a game of probabilities. And with probabilities, things will go the unexpected way.


What investors must ensure is that their mistakes are less or cost them less than the gains they’re making.


Even the best investors on Earth get things wrong.


But they’re great investors because their mistakes are smaller than their good investments.


Here is some famous book by Kenneth L Fisher.

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Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently


Train your brain to be a real contrarian and outsmart the crowd Beat the Crowd is the real contrarian’s guide to investing, with comprehensive explanations of how a true contrarian investor thinks and acts – and why it works more often than not.




The Only Three Questions That Count


The Only Three Questions that Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don't is a book on investment advice. It was released in December 2006 and spent three months on The New York Times list of "Hardcover business bestsellers" . It was also a Wall Street Journal and a BusinessWeek best seller.





Plan Your Prosperity: The Only Retirement Guide You'll Ever Need, Starting Now--Whether You're 22, 52 Or 82


Whether you’re in retirement, just getting ready to retire, or 5, 10, or 40 years out, this book can help you invest smarter your whole life and yes, plan better for retirement. Harmful mythology abounds about retirement investing. Many retirees or soon-to-be retirees have heard a plethora of advice.





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