The contrarian approach to investing is perhaps as old as investing itself. Even during the Napoleonic Wars people were buying investments when they were undervalued in a less optimistic environment and then selling them when the situation improved. But there are different levels of being contrarian.
In this article for Livewire Julian Morrison discusses what being contrarian means to us and why you cannot do the same as everybody else and expect a better-than-average result. Read more.
Julian Morrison holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours – University of Sheffield) and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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