CEO Peter Davies was recently quoted in an article on investing during the pandemic; what should I do with my money considering all of the volatility and uncertainty today.
“Don’t worry about the things you can change — just change them. Don’t worry about the things you cannot change, there is nothing you can do anyway.”
My own father is a worrier. He always has been; he even worries on my behalf. When I heard the above quote, I decided to be a sensible risk-taker. I had failures but brushed them off. I can’t say I’ve never worried, but it doesn’t last long as I always remember that it doesn’t help.
With investing, you make your choice and stick with it until you are proven wrong. Worrying and second-guessing are sure ways to close winners early and let losers run.
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