These 15 Pictures Will Teach You More Than Any P/E Ratio


“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.”

Sir Ken Robins

Though Sir Ken’s quote has to do with education and learning. I find a lot of truth in it when it comes to investing.

Investors are so afraid to be a little wrong that they end up being a lot wrong. A “wrong” that is very hard to come back from.

So with that I sat down and went back 103 years to look at 15 major turning points of the stock market where most investors got it wrong.

There we’re two unexpected insights that I got from doing this work plus a few smaller insights that stood out.

Pour a cup of coffee, pull up a chair and join me as I go back in time to learn what’s coming.

Let me know what stood out to you the most too. You can just reply.

In Your Corner,

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RC Peck, CFP

P.S. The ability to observe the markets without taking sides is the highest form of investing. If you are noticing wanting the market to go higher or lower than maybe a conversation between the two of us might be the thing that shifts what’s needed most. It’s the easiest place to start. 


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