Election fever and deciding when to buy

In the fire hydrant post, I mentioned how every potential investor is inundated with a barrage of news / opinions / techniques to do his investing. It doesn’t help that financial news editors like using words like “surge” and “plunge” for routine market movements in their headlines. In addition, the investor has to contend with the enemy within – Mr. Market who exhorts him to jump in with both feet when markets rise and to dump everything when they drop. The Calm Investor doesn’t let the noise or his own biases stampede him into thinking of the stock market as a casino in Las

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