Weekend Wisdom–Make Your Own Good Luck

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Well, my brothers and sisters, if you made it through Friday the 13th, 2012, you can weather any apocalypse or tribulation, if you ask me.

And if you weathered the past few years of investment hell and churn, I think you’re ready to prosper in the upcoming months and years.

(I never say… “it can’t get worse, right?” Because that’s been somewhat of a jinx.)

Here are two secrets to preparing yourself for any investment condition:

1)  Maintain discipline. It’s easy to let emotions carry you away–either to euphoria or to despair. But, over the long term, what this does is make you bail when you should be joining, and make you join when you should bail.

2) The next secret I call my ABE theory: Always Be Educated. Keep learning no matter what. Read. Think. Write.

Here are some posts and articles that might help you on your ABE quest:

In Over Your HeadThe Complete Guide to Snapping the F*ck Out of It

Brain PickingsEinstein, Anne Lamott, and Steve Jobs on Intuition and Creativity. Here’s another cool one from Brain Pickings… Decoding the Heavens… about a computer built around a 1,000 years to early. Weird stuff.

Money NingHow I Supplement My Income to Keep My Dreams Alive

Mint.com Blog5 Signs a Company is Cheating You

PT MoneyWhat We Need From Suze Orman Instead of Another Celebrity-Endorsed Prepaid Debit Card

AllFinancialMattersPublic’s View of Capitalism (And Other Political Terms)

Len Penzo100 Words on Why Competition is Good for Everyone

My Two DollarsIt’s Not What Your Earn, It’s What You Spend

The Finance BuffWhy Others Seem to Have More Money Than You

Financial SamuraiHow to Save More for Retirement if You Don’t Make Much Money

Investor JunkieWhat Are Drips?

The Digerati Life12 Month Calendar and Task List for a Secure Retirement




2 thoughts on “Weekend Wisdom–Make Your Own Good Luck

  1. Kirk Nathaniel

    I wasn’t so worried about friday the 13th as I am about the amount of earnings this week. Too many to keep track of almost and then we have the ECB meeting at the end of the month.

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