A lot of advice gets passed around that is not necessarily the best for you. Whether it is for your health, your financial well-being or other areas of your life. We tend to get general advice from friends, family, or work colleagues who are ultimately trying to help, but may not be giving the best advice for your specific situation.
Author - Clay Wood
I am sure you have seen this scenario. A car driving recklessly, way too fast, and weaving in and out of traffic. You think to yourself jokingly, “Wow, they must be in a hurry!” only to pull up next to them at the next red light. This is what I think about when I see someone betting on individual stocks, trying to time the ups and downs in the stock market.