In honor of World Wide Invest Better Day, senior analyst Eric Bleeker answers a reader's question: "How should I decide what kinds of investments to make?"
Eric suggests investors try various investing styles to see what works best for them. Eric looks at his own background as an example. He started off as a more deep value investor, but found himself to be more successful on the growth front.
Watching trends and becoming a sector expert allowed Eric to make bullish calls on Apple (NAS: AAPL) long before most investors, and those who listened to his advice would have profited handsomely today.
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