Investing 101: Do the Opposite

Doing the opposite can be the correct instinct, when driving a skidding car, hitting a golf ball, and even investing. Many investing experts have been scared of being wrong when making a big decision, so the rest of us can get scared, too. But rebalancing is one way to do the opposite: Selling some investments that have done well, and buying others that haven’t performed as well.


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