Eugene Ng's avatar
$18.5m follower assets
As much we favor activity, most of the time, not all activity result in better outcomes.

Often, inactivity too can end up achieving far superior outcomes.

It can be awfully hard work to do nothing in investing, but it could be very well worth it eventually.
Joshua Simka's avatar
Do you feel investors could benefit from pausing/limiting activity when it comes to selling as well as buying?
Arnaldo Trezzi's avatar
The comparison vs. "do nothing" version of our portfolio is often more brutal than with the SP500
Dollars and Sense's avatar
This is why Fidelity found that their best performing accounts from 2003-2013 we're either owned by people who died or people who had forget they had an account with Fidelity.