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D.Muthukrishnan (Muthu), Certified Financial Planner- Personal Financial Advisor

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Short Term and Long Term

Posted by Muthu on May 24, 2015

Short term= Emotions

Long term= Earnings


Short term= Price

Long term= Value


Short term= Speculative returns

Long term= Investment returns


Short term= News

Long term= Wisdom


Short term= Trading

Long term= Investing


Short term= Gain or loss

Long term= Gain


Short term= Quarterly earnings

Long term=10 year Averages


Short term=Daily NAV

Long term = Retirement NAV


Short term= Volatility

Long term= Secular growth


Short term= Newspapers

Long Term = Books


Short term = Luck

Long term = Discipline


Short term = Skill

Long term = Behaviour


Short term= Predictions

Long term = Financial History


Short term= TIP

Long term= SIP


Short term = Timing

Long term = Time


Short term= Bank as an advisor

Long term = Wise Wealth Advisors


Short term : < 10 years

Long term : = > 10 years


Short term = Anxiety

Long term = Peace of mind


Short term = Activity

Long term = Inactivity


Short term = Tension

Long term = Conviction


Short term = Quick money

Long term = Sustainable wealth


Short term = Unsteady

Long term = Sit tight


Short term = Book profits

Long term = Build fortune


Short term = More chances of failure

Long term = Sure success


Short term = Constant looking of ticker tape

Long term = Annual review


Short term = Expensive

Long term = Less expensive


Short term = Impulsive

Long term = Planning


Short term = More taxes

Long term = Tax free


Short term = Economic Times

Long term = Buffett’s annual letters


Short term = Sudarshan Sukhani

Long term = Prashanth Jain

3 Responses to “Short Term and Long Term”

  1. Good one!

    Short Term = activity, anxiety, fear and greed. Long Term = inactivity, conviction patience, peace of mind.

    I got reminded of a what great investor had said about long term investing that it is like watching the grass grow or watching the paint dry on the wall.

  2. Last one is too good.! ?😊

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