Investing, Investing Philosophy

When Aiming for Average is Better: Passive Investing

When aiming for average is better. I explore the reasons for retail investors to choose passive investing as their optimal investing strategy.

Investing

Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds

Everyone loves a buffet. At least I do. Modern day investing is like a buffet - we have so many different kinds of investment products to choose from. Let us look at the most common and popular investment products: Mutual Funds (or Unit Trusts) vs Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) Funds: The Buffets of Securities If all… Continue reading Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds

Behavioral Finance, Investing

Pandemic and Panic: Will Coronavirus Crash the Market?

Forgive me for the clickbait-ish title. Despite what it says, the topics I would like to highlight are irrational behavior in financial markets and a quick analysis of the coronavirus situation. This is not another prediction of a 2020 market crash. It has been on the news lately, the coronavirus also known as the Wuhan… Continue reading Pandemic and Panic: Will Coronavirus Crash the Market?