In his book The Intelligent Investor, Benjamin Graham asked readers to imagine they are in business with a person named Mr. Market. This person is constantly offering to buy or sell shares, and because they suffer from a mood disorder, the only consistent thing about these offers is their extreme prices.

That means sometimes the price is far too high, and sometimes it’s far too low. Investors should remain patient and stick to their plans no matter what, but it’s not easy. This page collects some of the best advice we’ve found on how to do it.

Talking Heads

Headlines from Wall Street talking heads often don't help investors make constructive decisions.
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Your Brain On The Market

Your brain gets fried on drugs, but also on the market.
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Absolute Value and Transparency

If you listen to what clients say, they consistently want goal-oriented advice that simplifies their lives and offers peace of mind.
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Keep A Steady Hand On The Tiller

Staying composed when storm clouds bring bad weather is not easy but, just as keeping a steady hand on the tiller and staying calm is the key to reaching a port safely, avoiding the urge to make changes in volatile markets is the key to long-term investing success.
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Is Trying to Pick Active Managers a Loser’s Game?

Simple solutions outperform many complex strategies without compromising simplicity, transparency, or peace of mind®.
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