The UX Fund: Investing $50,000 in 10 companies, 10 years later
Geoff Teehan

Enjoyed the article and approach. It should be apparent that a Long Term (Time Frame) Approach to holding valuable assets typically will produce greater benefit than trying to marginally manage in a Shorter Time Frame using what one thinks is foresight only to be overshadowed by the emotional decisions of hindsight. Using the approach that the downside is minimized through long term average holdings can produce amazing results when a Person or one stays the course and adheres to their plan. Applying a longer term perspective to asset management, would make all of us far more economically stable. A good morning read. And then Think, Performance.

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