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  * ETFs No! - I'm adding to my “ETFs no” list (from James Montier's big book on Behavioural Investing, $132) this idea: professionals favour expensive stocks, a lot of 'buys, popular stocks. Professionals tend to herd (to keep their jobs they do not want to ver much from their benchmark). As a result, robo-programmes and advisors are not, generally, worth listening to.   * ETFs No! - I'm adding to my “ETFs no” list (from James Montier's big book on Behavioural Investing, $132) this idea: professionals favour expensive stocks, a lot of 'buys, popular stocks. Professionals tend to herd (to keep their jobs they do not want to ver much from their benchmark). As a result, robo-programmes and advisors are not, generally, worth listening to.
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 +  * Bonds are not as safe as you have been lead to believe. For instance, in an ETF bonds lose their guarantee of your money back at maturity.
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 +I do not buy ETFs. Some do not pass along dividend increases.
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