The Issue of Investing: Part 8, Factors of Returns continued, Constituting Evidence-Based Investing

Welcome to the next installment in our series of Joss Financial Group’s EB Investing Insights: Constituting Evidence-Based Investing. 

In our last piece, What Drives Market Returns? we explored how markets deliver wealth to those who invest their financial capital in human enterprise. But, as with any risky venture, there are no guarantees that you’ll earn the returns you’re aiming for, or even recover your stake. This leads us to why we so strongly favor evidence-based investing. Grounding your investment strategy in rational principles helps you best determine which course is best and then stay the course toward your financial goals, especially when your emotions threaten to take over.

 So what constitutes evidence-based investing?

 Read here for the rest of the story=> The Issue of Investing: Part 8, Factors of Returns continued, Constituting Evidence-Based Investing

EB Investment Series
Evidence Based Investing: Introduction

Part 1: Market Pricing, The Markets, The Prices, and You and Me

Part 2: Market Pricing Continued, The White Noise of Daily Market Pricing

Part 3: Market Pricing Continued, Financial Experts and Other Make Believes

Part 4: An Introduction to Diversification

Part 5: Diversification Continued, Diversifiable Market Risk

Part 6: The Issue of Investing: Diversification continued, The More the Merrier (or Smoother)

Part 7: The Issue of Investing, Factors of Returns, What Drives Market Returns?