For as long as there have been stock markets, investors have intuitively known that expectations of returns come with commensurate expectations of risk; the higher return one expects, the greater the risk one assumes in order to achieve it.
Investors are prone to many behavioral mistakes that can cost them dearly. Trying to time the market, trying to pick the winners, chasing returns, trying to go it alone are among the most common. But the one that can inflict the most damage over a period of time is when they succumb to investing inertia. What is investing inertia?
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