When it comes to active vs. passive investing, there is a debate on Wall Street about which approach is most effective and which one will make you more money.
But investing isn’t “cookie-cutter,” so can you really say that one option is better than the other?
In true invest-with-clarity fashion, Mark Pearson points out that “comparison is the thief of all joy.” In this episode, Mark revisits this topic to explain that in order to achieve full clarity in your investing, you must stop comparing dissimilar investing strategies.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How you can be both an active and passive investor, contrary to popular opinion
- What tax loss harvesting is and how to use it to your advantage
- Why cost is not just a fee you pay
- Why you need to understand that the movement of stocks up and down on a daily basis is entirely irrational
- And more!
Tune in today to learn about active vs. passive investing and how to use them together to fully invest with clarity!
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