I will make this short. It is a note to myself.
You write a lot of analysis and you comment on a lot of financial issues happening daily. You should always share your knowledge truthfully, rationally and objectively.
If you do not know don’t be afraid to say you do not know. No one knows everything.
If you are wrong about certain things, don’t be afraid to say you were wrong about it. The worse is coming up with some lame excuse for not being coherent or deviating.
Most of all, you can put up as much disclaimer as you can, at the end of the day, your readers will somehow be influence by you as a blogger. There is never a point where you have no responsibility in their predicament no matter good or bad. Remember that every time you blurt out something.
Lastly, in all investments, valuation is key to a lot of the things we buy and sell. Keep close to that unless you are trading.
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