• Steve Martin

7 Habits of Highly Effective Financial Gurus

Sure, I know that financial experts consistently fail to pick winning stocks or time the market or long-term interest rates. And sure, I’m well aware that I don’t possess any predictive skill that makes me better than those claiming to be gurus. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t entertained a fantasy or two of being one of the famous stock pickers you see on CNBC.Though it might sound immodest, if I were to become a financial guru, I’d be the best. Why? Because I’ve studied the best, and from my observations have compiled a list of the seven things that would make me one of the most sought after financial geniuses.

Here’s how I would pull ahead of the guru pack and render talking heads, like Mad Money’s Jim Cramer, yesterday’s news. Perhaps your guru is using some or all of these techniques to get you to believe he is smarter than the market

via 7 Habits of Highly Effective Financial Gurus – CBS News.

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