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Investors have been through a tsunami of challenges the past couple of years. What I hear right now more than anything is a cacophony of voices, all with differing advice for investors on how to survive in today’s environment.
Jonathan Clements is a beacon of sound, rational investing guidance in a sea of short-termism. Author of The Little Book of Main Street Money: 21 Simple Truths that Help Real People Make Real Money (Little Books. Big Profits), Clements was the award-winning personal finance columnist for the Wall Street Journal. He’s now the head of investor education at Citi.
I love Clements’ approach because he’s a pragmatist, synthesizing the best Wall St. has to offer with the do-it-yourself attitude characterizing many of today’s investors.
Clements joins us this week for Tradestreaming Radio.
- how to navigate today’s investing climate, post financial crisis
- how experience and time help create investor expertise
- the struggle investors and advisors have in describing risk
- why we continue to make decisions antithetical to what we know we should do