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Covered in peanut butter

Would you rather give up your favourite food for the rest of your life or take a 5% chance that you’ll wake up covered completely in peanut butter each day?

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Scuttlebutt

Curious word, fun to say, but how relevant is it for investors?

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“HQCRBEMTPDV”: A focus on qaulity

Sometimes a great investment process doesn't fit neatly into any box.

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Bayes for days

What to do with signal

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Into the deep

As investors, our job is to move beyond well-lit and well understood areas and dive deep into the unknown.

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Three Investing Lessons from 2016

In a year that has kept everyone guessing and at times defied common sense, here are a few tried and true pearls of wisdom that can help take the guesswork out of investing in uncertain times.

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Diversify, diversify, diversify

Put the odds in your favour by knowing what you don't know.

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Live long and diversify

It’s an uncertain world; position your portfolio to withstand many different outcomes.

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Watch our for square windows

Help minimize risk by rounding out your portfolio's edges.

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Tides not waves

Focus on long-term themes not short-term noise.

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Caution: low flying planes

A systematic approach can help investors keep their focus on the road ahead.

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The devil you don't know

Build a resilient portfolio no matter what devil you encounter.

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Are you swimming naked?

A well-designed process can help protect investors from themselves.

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The 10,000 year clock

Build a resilient investment portfolio by thinking long term.

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The trouble with entropy

In a world of increasing disorder, how do you maintain order in your investments?

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Schrödinger’s cat and the price of oil

Investment strategies for when the future is uncertain.

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Can you resist the marshmallow?

Practising self-discipline is critical for investors, but mastering ourselves is no easy feat.

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Don’t be a turkey

Positive investment returns in a certain country or sector are not necessarily indicative of positive future returns.

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Don’t fix a ship in a hurricane

To endure volatile times, your portfolio should be built for resiliency.

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It pays to eat at grandma’s

The world is a random place. It is only a couple of months into 2014, and the stock market has already reminded investors of its capricious nature.

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Look out for outlooks

We change our minds, act emotionally, and adapt to new situations differently each time. This makes the stock market even more prone to error than a weather forecast.

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Taming your inner elephant

Investors are often told they need to strip emotions out of their investment decisions. Like most advice, this is much easier said than done.

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Think micro, not macro

Every day, we are exposed to what seems like a never-ending barrage of macroeconomic information. Some of it matters, but much of it does not.

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When risk is sexy, be boring

As markets fall back in love with risk, how do you ensure you’re making prudent investment decisions?

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Worth the wait: crocodile investing

The crocodile is a notoriously patient predator that carefully strikes at the right opportunity. Its strategy is useful for investors – but can be difficult to implement.

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