Tag: emotion vs. reason
Hayley Carr

How to Avoid Common Investment Mistakes

As investors, each day we face triggers. Whether they manifest in our conversations with friends and colleagues, or in the barrage of daily media messaging, we are constantly surrounded by information that triggers hard-wired, internal “fight or flight” emotional responses. … Read More →

Ayrton Dick

Finding Solace in Discomfort

Value investing is not supposed to feel good. It’s supposed to be uncomfortable, even painful at times. In certain parts of the cycle we will feel validated, but it is only after we have endured long periods of discomfort. By … Read More →

Greg Dowdall

50 Years of Enduring Advice

When Tony Arrell first established Burgundy, he promised clients he would manage their money the same way he managed his own. The Burgundy investment philosophy has been and always will be to invest our clients’ capital in a select number … Read More →

Mathew Harrison

Have You Planned for Market Corrections?

Many global markets have slipped into correction or near-correction territory. As I write this, the TSX Composite Index has dropped 10.4% from its early September high. While stock market volatility isn’t much fun for private investors, those that have planned … Read More →