Good, not necessarily perfect, financial plans and behaviors still can get the job done

How often has this scenario or something similar happened to you? You hear about a promising stock or mutual fund but wonder if there’s something better, or a better time to buy. So you wait around and end up doing nothing, missing an opportunity that, if not perfect, certainly would have been profitable.

With all sorts of money decisions, it’s easy to get thwarted by inaction. Often this results from waiting in vain for a perfect opportunity to arise rather than accepting one that’s good enough. Here are some examples:

Invest without benefit hindsight

It’s worth holding off on your investing plan until you have everything figured out about the stock market, individual companies and the economy, right? Anyone agreeing with that statement could face real paralysis.

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