Don’t Buy High: Valentine’s Roses and Investing Lessons

In love as in finance, there is some value in being flexible. Buying high can cost you, whether you’re purchasing roses at their peak price on Valentine’s Day or buying stocks at the same time as other investors when indices rebalance. Being flexible can save you money—on roses and on stocks.

About the Author Doug Finley

Douglas Finley, MS, CFP, AEP, CDFA founded Finley Wealth Advisors in February of 2006, as a Fiduciary Fee-Only Registered Investment Advisor, with the goal of creating a firm that eliminated the conflicts of interest inherent in the financial planner – advisor/client relationship. The firm specializes in wealth management for the middle-class millionaire.

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