August 23, 2013 at 18:46 PM EDT
How To Invest: Learn To Look Past The Day's Headlines
If you're going to tend to your own portfolio, you must learn not to succumb to knee-jerk reactions to the day's news. Headlines pour on to your computer screen every day. Violence in Egypt seems to be spreading unrest throughout the Middle East. Assassinations create turmoil in Pakistan or India. China's economy is faltering -- or is it improving? The Fed will taper. The Fed won't taper. Then you have to contend with front-page stories written
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