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Interviewee: Kenton Ralph Toews, Investment Executive, Sprott Global

Discussing investor psychology. When the bubble gets going it keeps going, but this is not a reason to participate in feeding frenzy. Some investors feel interested in investing only when the share prices have gone up. This is usually the worst time to invest. Of course when the prices are low, it does not feel good, but often this is a good time to take a position. Buy when no one is watching and no one wants to invest. In the short-term it is sentiments that drive the prices. Only a rare person has the courage to invest when no one cares. Most people buy high and sell low. In the short-term, bad behaviour—following momentum and herds—can pay off, but this is not the reason to buy. It is necessary to remove emotions from investment decisions. Most people look at stock charts to decide whether to buy or sell, but charts tell you nothing about value. No one has ever become wealthy by doing technical analysis. Also, most people do not like to be in cash. They should condition themselves to hold cash. Only when you have cash can you position yourself to buy low. Of course, low-interest rate obviously force people to get rid of their cash, a moral dilemma that federal banks force upon us.

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  • Please share your suggestions on a good sources of a passive income.

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