Show Me The Money?: My last 100 investment decisions - 2018

The cornerstone of my investment coaching practice is to teach and engage with people on how to educated and ultimately successful investment decisions involving stocks and Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s). It’s one thing to teach this stuff. It’s another thing to model the behavior and it’s a totally different thing to actually demonstrate tangible results. Several years ago I decided to dig up my past trading records and to identify the most recent 100 investment decisions I made and to see how faired. In this episode I review my most recent results for my last 100 investment decisions.

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Show Me The Money?: My last 100 investment decisions - 2017

UPDATE: Since I posted my original list in 2016, I’ve made about another 20 iterations of buying selling stocks and/or ETF’s. As result, I’ve updated my Last 100 List and this blog post to include these latest iterations. The numbers below are now updated.

The cornerstone of my investment coaching practice is to teach and mentor people to make better investment decisions as it pertains to the buying and selling of individual stocks. It’s one thing to teach this stuff. It’s another thing to model the behavior and it’s a totally different thing to actually demonstrate tangible results.

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Show Me The Money?: My last 100 investment decisions

Traditional scorecards of portfolio returns do not provide insight into the investment decisions. They provide a snapshot at a point in time. They show a status, a result, but they do not show the process and mind mapping that was done to get to those results. For those who are Do-It-Yourself investors, the ideology and practices are very helpful.  Investment Coach Aman Raina put on his analytics hat and reviewed his last 100 investment decisions to see if he made any good decisions and if there are lessons to be gained.

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Where Investors Screw Up

It doesn’t matter how experienced you are with investing. We make lots of mistakes. Always have and always will. Investing is probably one of those disciplines where you literally have to “pay” your dues to make progress. It is an extremely humbling activity. It’s closest comparable in my mind is golf.

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