Keep Your Emotions in Check

“A lot of people with high IQs are terrible investors because they’ve got terrible temperaments. You need to keep raw irrational emotion under control.”

Charlie Munger,
Vice-Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway

When Led By Emotions Investors Can Be Their Own Worst Enemy

The Benefit of Keeping Your
Emotions in Check

Hypothetical Growth of $10,000 Over 20 Years1

Investors who kept their emotions in check have
built more wealth.

1 See endnotes for a description of this chart.

Ways to Keep Your Emotions in Check
and Improve Returns

Disregard Market

Be Patient

Consider Investing
When Feeling Fearful

Don't Jump In & Out of the Market

Tune Out Daily
Market Drama

Work with a Trusted
Financial Advisor

Keep Your Emotions in Check

“As stewards of our shareholders’ savings, it is important to share the wisdom we have acquired over more than half a century of investing.”

Chris Davis
Portfolio Manager and Chairman