The Best of TRB 2014 – Investing and Psychology

This week I’m in Disney World with the family, our first proper vacation all together in years. As such, I’m off the grid and away from computers of any kind (I’m trying to stay married, you guys). But while I’m gone, I’ve left you some stuff to catch up on…

These were the biggest posts – as read and shared by you – during the first quarter of this year. The theme of today’s collection is good investing and understanding the psychological forces at work when we commit capital. No matter how long I’m doing this for a living, I will always consider myself to be a student of this stuff. I don’t think anyone should be ashamed to admit that they’re still learning to become better investors everyday, even while being proud of how far they’ve come. Namaste. – JB

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Leaving CAPE Town 

8 Things I Learned from Warren Buffett this Weekend

Rule Number One: Don’t Blow Up

The “Easy Money” Myth

A man and his signals

The Best and Worst Thing About Investing

Flows Don’t Follow Value, They Follow Performance

Nonsense Forecasts

 

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