Tony Robbins summarizes several personal finance and investment lessons for the typical layperson.

Charlene Vos

2017-12-21 12:45:00 Thu ET

Tony Robbins summarizes several personal finance and investment lessons for the typical layperson:

  1. We cannot beat the stock market very often, so it would be better to invest in passive buy-and-hold index funds.
  2. We need to diversify investment portfolios across asset classes, financial markets, and international currencies to reap better reward-to-risk ratios.
  3. We should focus more on quantitative fundamental long-term alpha signals rather than myopic technical trends.
  4. The primary fundamental alpha signals are size, value, momentum, market risk, asset investment growth, and operating profitability.
  5. The typical investor should envision a multi-year investment period to earn dividend yields and capital gains over a sufficiently long time horizon.
  6. Most of the typical U.S. retiree's terminal wealth depends on how he or she accumulates passive income in contrast to his or her salaries and bonuses.

 


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