Dr. DiLiddo may be retired, but he’s not done sharing his wisdom. I don’t believe that he’ll ever retire from sharing his insights and expertise in an effort to help individual investors, like you and me, make money in the stock market. His most recent brainchild, The Seven Deadly Sins of Investing, is one that I have been chomping at the bit to introduce. Over the last few months, it has transformed my paradigm and had quite an impact on my investment decisions and I believe it will do the same for you.
“An insidious system of improper analysis and deception has developed within the stock market, which I call, “The Seven Deadly Sins of Investing.” You may be the victim and/or perpetrator of any of these sins and be unaware of the harm they are doing to your financial success. Fortunately, VectorVest has identified and defined these sins and can defend you within the framework of its guidance.”
—-Dr. Bart DiLiddo, Stocks, Strategies, and Common Sense
VectorVest has identified and defined the “Seven Deadly Sins of Investing,” as follows:
HYPOCRISY…FAILING TO FOLLOW ONE’S OWN RULES.
DECEIT…LYING SO SOMEONE BELIEVES A FALSEHOOD.
GREED…INTENSE DESIRE TO INCREASE ONE’S WEALTH.
SLOTH…LAZY, CARELESS, HALF-HEARTED BEHAVIOR.
WRATH…UNCONTROLLED FEELINGS OF ANGER, AND IMPATIENCE.
PRIDE…IRRATIONAL BELIEF IN ONE’S ABILITIES, REFUSES ADVICE.
ENVY…COVETING THE SUCCESS, STATUS, OR TRAITS OF OTHERS.
Although I’ve never felt so sinful, I also feel very fortunate. Before Dr. DiLiddo introduced me to these sins a few months ago, I was already defending myself against them. With VectorVest, we don’t have to fall victim to The Seven Deadly Sins of Investing.
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