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10 Common Misconceptions About Investing


headscratching1 by san drino at http://www.flickr.com/photos/san_drino All these below are false:

10. If I have enough information, timing the market is possible.

9. Historical figures can predict future returns.

8. If I trade in and out of the market, I will do well.

7. Work like mad, read all the financial news, see all the financial channels and I can be an 'expert' at investment.

6. If only the resident market guru broker or financial analyst can give me their predictions and views, I'd do well.

5. I can buy stocks and investment by reading the predictions of financial magazines and buying myself some of those.

4. Putting all my money into savings account is my investment.

3. It is possible to get 20% per annum every year for my investment

2. My hotshot financial advisor, fund manager etc has a CFP, CFA, CPA, PhD in Financial Economics, so I can put my money safely with them.

1. Put all my money into one place and watch it like a hawk.

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