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How Often Should you Look at Your Investment Portfolio?

I don’t think there’s a “right” answer to this question. Or, at least, there are multiple right answers depending on the situation. It all depends on how much time you, the investor, want to spend managing your investments, and whether you have the temperament to see your stocks change in value every day (which they are guaranteed to do).




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Brett Schafer

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Writing at Sharing my thoughts and favorite posts from the site. Mostly Investing and Business related.

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