Capitalizing on the wisdom of Igor Cornelsen

I never thought, in all my years of working, that I could find any money to invest. I assumed – from my limited knowledge of investing – that I could find the assistance that I would need from a financial investor. I am glad that I was able to do the research and find out about Igor Cornelsen. I was able to capitalize on his wisdom and use this advice to catapult my portfolio into something beautiful.

The first time I begin to consider investing on my own was when I got laid off. I had a 401K plan that I had to roll over into an IRA. That was one option. The other option was to just take the penalty and get the cash. I was reading various blogs where Igor Cornelsen was giving information to investors, and I decided that I would look into what he was saying. It seemed simple enough to engage in small investments in different stocks. After all, he wasn’t asking me to throw all the money from my 401K into big stocks. I will admit that I was tempted to put everything in Apple. At the time of the layoff Apple was the most valuable company in the world. That seemed like a surefire win to me. It was only be a couple of months later where Apple was losing ground to Samsung. Many months later Apple would be back on top while Samsung had a stock that was losing money.

Igor Cornelsen has already warned me that this type of thing happens in the stock market all the time. People get their emotions into it and get involved with companies because of what they are feeling emotionally. I know, from previous experience, that I can make insane decisions when I am emotionally invested in a company. I like it much better when I put forth the effort to truly research what the company is doing. This is something that was taught by Igor Cornelsen. This is one of his essentials to investing, as he points out on his Tumblr. He has made me realize that one of the most important things that a person can do is find out what the company is doing in the future.

There are an assortment of books and videos that people pay for to get investing advice. Some people even pay to go to seminars, but Igor Cornelsen gives quality investing advice freely.

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