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  • Be careful of the advice you get from analysts. One reason is that they are too close to inbred information that feeds on rumor and incestuous ideas.
  • You don't invest consistently when your primary goal is to outsmart others the way professional money managers and analysts do.
  • Wall Street "pundits" notoriously are deficient when it comes to control over their emotions. That hurts their potential performance. This is obvious when you compare how poorly experts do, in comparison with the performance of unmanaged portfolios.