Do you ever compare your portfolio to other people’s portfolios?
Comparison is the ultimate killjoy. It’s a crazy-making behavior that only serves to distract investors. In fact, Some people are never satisfied with their returns because they’re caught up in comparing themselves to others.
Today, Matt Halloran and Mark Pearson uncover the downfalls of comparing. They discuss the role that media plays in perpetuating comparison, and they explain how investors can end up making misguided decisions when they’re comparing their portfolios to others’.
You won’t want to miss this episode! Tune in as Mark offers expert advice to help you break out of the comparison cycle.
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Episode 63 - The Cloud Around the Modern Portfolio Theory
Episode 62 - 20 Stock Market Predictions for the 2020s, Part 2
Episode 61 - 20 Stock Market Predictions for the 2020s, Part 1
Episode 60 — A Look Back At 2020
Episode 59 — The Alpha and The Beta
Episode 58 - What is the Secret Behind Progress?
Episode 57 — Ignorance is not Bliss
Episode 56 – What's up Doc? — Part 2
Episode 55 – What's up Doc?
Episode 54 – Don’t Get Fooled Again
Episode 53 — Achieving Ultimate Clarity with Active Investment Management
Episode 52 — The Value of Volatility is Spotting Diamonds in the Rough
Episode 51 — The “LUV” Factor: Why do Smart Investors Focus on the Future?
Episode 50 - How The Power of Flexibility Can Help Investors During a Recession
Episode 49 - What to Do When the Stock Market is Infected With Coronavirus
SPECIAL UPDATE: COVID-19
Episode 48 — Why Mark Pearson is Praying for a Pullback
Episode 47 — Nepsis’ 2020 Market Forecast — with Chuck Etzweiler
Episode 46 — Mark Pearson’s Top 10 Stock Market Predictions for 2020
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