“Our goal is to keep investors focused on a process that adds value over time,” FundX President Janet Brown told Marketwatch.com’s Chuck Jaffe. Janet was on Jaffe’s MoneyLife online radio show on May 26, 2015.
“We don’t want to get distracted by the latest story or prediction about what might happen in the market. Instead, we invest based on what actually is happening. We focus on current performance to identify market leadership, and then stick with it in a disciplined way,” she said.
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In April, the Nasdaq finally hit a new high after 15 long years. What can you learn from tech-heavy index’s recovery?
FundX President Janet Brown shared four important lessons in her latest Forbes piece.
Click here to read Four Lessons From The Nasdaq’s 15-Year Recovery.
Lessons #1: Lagging areas of the market may be out of favor for many years.
As Janet explained, “Many investors believe that if they hold a lagging fund long enough, it will eventually come back into favor But the Nasdaq reminds us that lagging areas of the market may remain out of favor for much longer than most investors expect.”
Lesson #2: Good stories aren’t necessarily good investments.
“Back in 2000, investors who clung to the reasons why tech should do well ignored the simple fact that tech wasn’t doing well–and they missed out on the chance to own better performers.” Janet wrote.
What else can you learn from the Nasdaq? Find out in Janet’s Forbes post.