Jeff Saut on Richard Russell's "Rich Man, Poor Man" ~ market folly

Monday, February 10, 2014

Jeff Saut on Richard Russell's "Rich Man, Poor Man"

Market strategist Jeff Saut has published his weekly market commentary and this time around he recites the "Rich Man, Poor Man" story from Richard Russell about how making simple decisions is the path to prosperity.

Saut himself adds,

"In the world we live in, few look at risk.  Most only look at reward.  The few who do look at risk (the educated, the street savvy) make their money at the expense of the great unwashed majority who swallow the noise nonsense about getting rich quick.  Investing is a get rich slowly process.  You have to put your money at risk in the face of uncertainty.  Emotions run rampant before the uncertainty of floating, fluctuating, often violent and volatile markets."

Embedded below is Jeff Saut's weekly market commentary: "Rich Man, Poor Man!"

You can download a .pdf copy here.

For more from Saut, head to 6 themes for investing in a slow growth environment.

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