The hard part of investing is mastering your emotions
Independent Financial Research
The hard part of investing is mastering your emotions. If you survived the GFC by owning high dividend-paying stocks give yourself a pat on the back. Owning Aussie banks, for example, has produced extraordinary returns. The combination of large capital gains and fat dividends has produced a lollapalooza effect for investors that kept their head during the worst economic period for many countries since the great depression. Australia's blue chip stocks are now among the most expensive in the world, which means their future returns will be well below what investors have become used to in recent years. If you want to keep beating the market then it's time to make a change to your portfolio. Read the article here: (VIEW LINK)
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