“If you do not read the newspaper you are uninformed. If you do read the newspaper you are misinformed.”
If Mark Twain were alive today, his quote would say “internet” instead of newspaper.
Afterall, newspapers are todays dinosaurs on the verge of extinction.
Most specialists on Wall Street have known that, “…by the time you read it in the papers, it’s old news.”
That’s because a lot of trading action took place before the “news” got to the public.
The difference today is, with the internet, information is instantaneous and often goes viral long before it becomes mainstream.
Ironically, Twain’s quote about being “misinformed” is even more true regarding the information available today. In other words, there’s more garbage out there than ever before.
The proof of that is in the subject line of this email, we are “…Starving for Knowledge.”
All information is some form of knowledge (good or bad).
However, information is useless unless you understand how it applies to your life.
And when you understand information/knowledge and put it to practice in your own life, you’ll find Wisdom.
So, why do most investors make the same mistakes over and over again?
It’s simple. They’re starving for knowledge and confused over so much mis-information bombarding them every day.
At Financials Matter, our combined 107+ years of experience on Wall Street teaches you how to separate the “information wheat from the chaff”.
If you read our FREE report “Do You Make These Mistakes When Investing?” you’ll know what we’re talking about.
If you didn’t read it, go HERE now!
And share it with a friend…They’ll thank YOU later.