The most important lessons on successfully compounding wealth from our 50 years in the equity markets
To benefit from the wealth-building potential of equities, investors need to understand that pullbacks and drama will be an inevitable part of the journey.
The danger of following the “experts” who try to predict the markets. Wealth compounds by remaining steadfast through inevitable adversity, not by trading in-and-out based on what is inherently unpredictable.
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Dow Jones Industrial Average is a price-weighted average of 30 actively traded blue chip stocks. The Dow Jones is calculated by adding the closing prices of the component stocks and using a divisor that is adjusted for splits and stock dividends equal to 10% or more of the market value of an issue as well as substitutions and mergers. The average is quoted in points, not in dollars.
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