Reviews the Golden Lesson in Investing that Separates the Players from the Investors

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Personal finance blog covers a few golden lessons for investing in the stock market in a recent post entitled Investment Lessons from Jerry Seinfeld, available at:

Over the past ten years gold has steadily grown in value, causing investment managers to refer to the phenomenon as a Gold Rush. And it does appear as though Americans have caught the fever, which amounts to approximately $81 million dollars spent each week on the precious metal. And yet, many wonder how long the frenzy will last.

The articles author Russell Pearlman wrote, “Some (investors) are upset about having missed the gold’s massive price surge over the past decade and are worried about buying too late. Others fear they’ll be targets for robberies or scams, or be branded as crackpots by friends and neighbors.”

Investing requires some speculation, especially in uncertain economic times. So, how can an investor protect him or herself?

Personal finance blog explored this issue in a recent post entitled Investment Lessons from Jerry Seinfeld in which the post’s author Vered Deleeuw identifies the steps necessary to be an investor in, rather than simply a player or a gambler of, the stock market.

Deleeuw points out that in order for an investment in the stock market to grow, the investor must allow the investment time to mature. Deleeuw points to an episode of Jerry Seinfeld in which Jerry panicked and sold his investment at a loss.

Deleeuw writes, “Jerry is obviously wrong because he makes an investment based on a tip, without doing any due diligence on the company he’s investing in. He then lacks the patience, or the strength, to ride with the market and accept that markets can be volatile.” was launched in 2007 by David Ning in an effort to help others understand how to build wealth through smart investing and careful spending. The comprehensive blog covers a number of personal finance issues and has acquired a following of over 300,000 monthly visitors and a growing Facebook fan page. has been featured on the,, and Subscribers of the money management blog receive a weekly newsletter, access to a mini course on frugal living and a copy of David Ning’s eBook How to Save Money on Everything.

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