9. The Investment Implications of the Keynesian Endpoint

When you are driving your car and one of its tires bursts, you immediately know that your day has changed. Suddenly you are thrust into actions you didn’t at the onset expect to take. The same can be said when you are traveling steadily on a long trip and suddenly realize that the road you are on will leave you at a wayward destination. You therefore change course.

When you are investing do you do the same? Do you know when a tire has burst, and do you take the actions necessary to get your portfolio back into working condition so that you can take it where you want it to go? When financial and economic conditions significantly change and they put your portfolio off course relative to your ...

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