Across the next few weeks, I don’t have any intention to discuss investments. This is because most of my clients have already done what they need to do, be it DCA, invested more, held their securities, etc.

The feeling is WEIRD. After what has felt like a good month of putting out fires, taking phone calls and drafting out $100 mass messages, I actually feel some peace of mind at last.

Seeing as my job is done, I felt it important to summarize some of the investment lessons to always put across to my clients – as well as you readers, that your investments are pretty good to go as long as you don’t muck it up with shoddy Financial Behaviour.

Most of my clients rely on me for execution, but there’s no reason you can’t give yourself a headstart.

In no particular order of importance…

1) You can, and