Each post has a list of what Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize winning psychologist, calls risk policies and I call gap-to-edge rules.
Our mind searches for confirming evidence that we are right and shies away from contrary evidence.
It is very important not to fall into the attractive trap of extrapolating the most recent past into the future.
Today everyone is fretting about inflation and the potential for a recession. Trying to decide on the outlook for these macro-economic things can be a distraction.
You can continue to learn and improve your investing skills year after year.
The greatest failing of most investors, both professional money managers and individual investors, is a failure to understand the impact of their own very human behavior and that of stock market participants as a whole.