2FD 025: Unshakeable Book Study Part 5

Wouldn’t it be nice if we knew the common investment principles amongst all successful investors?

Tony Robbins shares insight into the key principles to success after studying famous investors. Protect the downside in your investments with asymmetric risk calculations for the highest returns. Even the big guns aim for years with some returns instead of years with no returns that won’t compound.

Learn how to not lose and setup a tax efficient, diversified portfolio to produces gains throughout market crashes. CHA-CHING!

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Discussion Points

  • Sean’s Viral Stand-Up Desk
  • The Core Four: The key principles to help guide every investment decision you make.
  • The common tactics amongst successful investment managers.
  • Reducing the complexity in your investment strategy.
  • The Don’t Lose Principe: Minimizing the downside.
  • Looking at the year-by-year returns instead of average returns in investment performance history.
  • Asymmetric Risk-Reward: The rewards should vastly outweigh the risks.
  • Tax-Efficiency: Taxes can easily wipe out 30% of your returns if you’re not careful.
  • Reducing your tax burden in a lawful way.
  • Maxing out your tax-advantaged retirement accounts before taxable investments.
  • Knowing what accounts to hold which assets types within.
  • Diversification: Across sectors, asset classes, geographies and time.
  • Finding asset classes that are lowly correlated to each other (r^2).

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