Most Important Investment Lessons of 2017

On this last day of 2017, we are going to list some of the most important lessons of the year.

In May, Paul Singer of Elliott Management laid out some of his major investment lessons in his letter to investors. In our opinion, the followings are the most important:

  • No security price is too high (or low) that it cannot go higher (or lower)
  • Turns in markets are impossible to time
  • Big changes in market prices frequently occur far in advance of when the reasons for the changes become apparent, and by then it is too late to incorporate the new information into one’s trading at the old prices Read more

Click here to watch Paul Singer’s Strategy for Successful Investing

Elliott Management Founder and Co-CEO Paul Singer discusses his investment technique as trying to “make money as close as possible to all the time.” He also talks about why his strategy for holding Argentina bonds paid off so well. He speaks to David Rubenstein on “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations.”

Click here for more interviews.

ByMarketNews

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