Relying on long-term investments and not chasing short-term market trends is the recipe for success, proven for decades by many well-known investors such as Benjamin Graham, John Maynard Keynes, Warren Buffet, Peter Lynch, Bill Miller or John Templeton.
However, fewer and fewer investors follow this approach. Most of them hunt short-term gains and are regularly rewarded with heavy losses.
This blog is called “With a Steady Hand” because it is directed at investors who don’t stumble careless into the future and don’t get sidetracked by erratic market fluctuations. Instead they carry out their investments with a long-term view.
In this blog I want to offer them in-depth analyses as well as independent opinions on economics and capital market issues. I’d like to think of my approach as outside of the box, questioning consensus thinking.