The Art of Investing: A New Wall Street “Line Dance”

Steve Selengut June 20, 2018



  • To personalize your performance evaluation protocol, you just need to focus your attention on two, longer-range, objectives: growing “working capital” and compounding “base income”
  • If you build a portfolio of IGVSs, and apply a maximum 5% of cost basis diversification rule, you will rarely have a downturn in this monitor of both your selection.
  • Studies show that far too many unrealized gains are brought to the Schedule D as realized losses. and this includes potential profits on income securities.
  • When it’s time to think about “hangin’ em up”, your retirement ready income portfolio will
  • give you the broadest smile (and the highest yield on invested capital) on the tee box.



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