The stock market continues to do what it does best; fluctuates. If you turn on the financial media, they are also doing what they do best, fueling the emotions. A few weeks ago, we talked about three ways you can react to the market's ups and downs; staying blissful, acting like a maniac, or investing intelligently. Nitin Pachisia, managing partner of Unshackled Ventures and our latest guest at Renegade Investors podcast have shared with us that the worst thing you can do is to let your emotions guide you away from your strategy. Some of the best investors in the world will tell you that their worst investments were when they went off strategy.
If the stock market's fall is throwing you off of your strategy, remind yourself that the stock market on average falls at least 10% or more every 11 months, historically. And, listen to the latest episode of Renegade Investors podcast.
We've got something for you if you are new to investing!
Are you still here? Didn't you click to listen to the latest episode of Renegade Investors? It's okay! Since you are here, let me share one more thing with you.
Many of our users who are new to investing have asked us how to get started with long-term investing. That's why we launched season one of Stock Card's YouTube channel. It's going to have eight episodes and we just released episode one. Each episode will cover one key aspect of what it means to be a long-term investor. From things to know to tools to have, we've got it all covered. Here is the first episode:
Stock Card Product Update
Com'on! I told you about the latest edition of Renegade Investors podcast, and you didn't leave. I shared the news that we just launched Stock Card's YouTube channel for our new investors, and you are still here! Alright, one more thing to share, and this time, you'll be definitely gone! deal?
Last week, we released a major update to Stock Cards. As you know, each publicly traded company gets a Stock Card that automatically collects and simplifies all the information you need to invest for the long-term without spending time researching allover. One of the key questions Stock Cards answer is whether the stock of a company is overvalued or undervalued? With the latest release, we simplified the data points under the Fair Share Price section of all Stock Cards. The update removed complex data points and included the most common indicators of whether a stock price is overvalued or undervalued. Examples are Price to Earnings ratio, Price to Sales ratio, Price to free cash flow ratio and their comparison with the weighted average value for the S&P 500. The fair share price section will continue to get updated automatically twice daily (once the market opens and once the market closes in the U.S.). However, the data is now sourced from our data partner, YCharts, and not via Finbox.io. Look up the Stock Card of your favorite companies and check the updated fair share price section.