“Successful investing,” Warren Buffett has said, “takes time, discipline and patience.”
If only all investors heeded Buffett’s words. In reality, too many look for shortcuts to success—shortcuts that almost always lead to dead ends.
One of the problems with an impatient approach is that it’s expensive. Impulsive investors tend to sell investments that have lost ground in order to buy those that are on the rise. In doing so, they commit the cardinal investing error of buying high and selling low. Locking in their losses, these folks use their diminished capital to buy smaller stakes in another investment. This is reverse compounding, and it can shrink your wealth with alarming speed.
Among the most often cited disclaimers in the investment industry is that past performance is no guarantee of future results. Simply put, there is zero statistical correlation between the past and future performance of any investment.
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