When is doing nothing the right thing?
From the Wall Street Journal’s Wealth Advisor site:
Regular investment meetings aren’t a good idea. Chicago-based adviser Mitch Kovitz attributes his advisory firm’s success as much to what it doesn’t do as to what it does. “We don’t have any organized regular investment meetings,” he tells Endless Rise Investor. “We don’t believe it’s a good idea to have a situation where you feel forced to come up with great investment ideas every week. Most of the time you get the best results in investing by doing absolutely nothing.”