Acuity 33: The foundation stones of good investing

"Successful investors operate with a coherent investment philosophy that they apply consistently to all aspects of the portfolio management process. Philosophical principles represent time-tested insights into investment matters that rise to a level of enduring professional convictions" (David Swensen, CIO Yale University Endowment)

When investing money, it is often tempting to spend time thinking about what to invest in rather than how to invest. If investors spent more time thinking about the latter, their investment experience is likely to be a more fruitful one. Although investing is not easy, this volume of Acuity outlines ten simple foundation stones which lay the platform for success.