It seems that the average investor has the wrong information when it comes to investing in the stock market.

Although one cannot logically dispute general concepts such as “buy fundamentally cheap stocks” and “buy low and sell high“, the typical investor doesn’t have an idea how to use these principles to improve their chances of making money.

The problem lies with one group that is considered the primary source of investment information. The priorities of this group don’t align with those of the typical investors. In fact, beginner investors don’t receive the right kind of information to outperform the market.

This is because the people who claim to provide the information aren’t even aware of what it would like to be a retail investor. On the other hand, they always have other considerations that take priority over investment advice for small timers.

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