Is Visible Investing for YOU?

"The most important quality for an investor is temperament, not intellect... You need a temperament that neither derives great pleasure from being with the crowd or against the crowd." 

Visible Investing produces unquestionable results... but it needs to match your investment style, so you'll follow through and realize its benefits. 

Visible Investing IS for you if you want to:

Visible Investing is NOT for you if you want to:

  • reach your individual investment objectives


  • make as much money as you can in the shortest time possible

  • match your risk tolerance to your investments


  • take more risk than you are comfortable withfor a chance at high returns

  • beat 75% of investors, and never under-perform market returns


  • try to beat the market

  • use appropriate core asset classes


  • use junk bonds, commodities, derivatives and leverage to increase market returns

  • make disciplined, unemotional investment decisions


  • play the market

  • avoid mistakes


  • take a chance

  • invest based on Warren Buffett's, Peter Lynch's, Barton Biggs' and David Swensen's advice to investors


  • invest based on Jim Cramer's advice to investors

  • buy low, sell high


  • buy high, sell higher

  • be prepared for adversity


  • hope for the best

  • make your money work as hard for you as you did for it


  • keep your money in CD's or saving accounts

  • base investment decisions on timeless investing principles


  • change investing style based on current market conditions

  • minimize the impact of fees and taxes


  • try to overcome the impact of high fees and taxes 

  • let common sense and your conscience be your guide


  • follow the crowd and listen to the gurus on CNBC

  • benefit in direct proportion to the growth in the world economy 


  • use your ability to process information in a "superior" manner

  • use the power of compounding to grow your wealth 


  • jump in and out of hot markets for some fast money 

  • maintain a "margin of safety"


  • put it "all on the line"

  • monitor real returns compared to your investment goals


  • blindly trust that you or your advisor are beating the market averages

  • TRUST yourself to manage your own money


  • trust someone else whose motivations and goals are their own, not yours






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