50 Investment Mistakes You Must Avoid in 2018
With the stock market at all-time highs, now is the perfect time for investors to easily avoid making basic investment mistakes.
TROY, Mich., January 3, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Firstmetric just released its comprehensive list of the top 50 Investment Mistakes You Must Avoid in 2018 to increase the odds of long-term investment success.
“I believe that the investment mistakes that most people make are easily avoidable by spending a few hours per year to align their investment portfolio for long-term investment success,” said Scott Salaske, CEO of Firstmetric and host of the Seeking Wealth podcast.
I believe that the investment mistakes that most people make are easily avoidable by spending a few hours per year to align their investment portfolio for long-term investment success.
Scott Salaske, CEO of Firstmetric and host of the Seeking Wealth podcast
These investment mistakes can cost investors unnecessary investment fees and costs and can potentially jeopardize their long-term investment success. The list explains each investment mistake and attempts to explain how investors can easily correct and avoid the mistakes.
Some of the investment mistakes are also discussed more in-depth on a recent episode of the Seeking Wealth podcast.
“We intend to expand the list with additional investment mistakes based on feedback that readers can anonymously share using a link in the article so that the list is always the most current and comprehensive resource available online,” said Salaske.
To read the full article and list, visit 50 Investment Mistakes You Must Avoid.
Firstmetric is a full-service, low-cost investment advisory firm offering complete investment management and personalized advice including: initial and ongoing financial reviews, asset allocation and investment selection, cash flow planning and guidance, rebalancing, and tax strategies; from humans, not computers. Firstmetric specializes in using low-cost asset class and index funds from Vanguard, Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA Funds) and iShares.
Scott Salaske, CEO
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