I’ve posted Column Entry #21 in my weekly Investing: The New Rules column at the Death by 1,000 Papercuts site. It’s called Some Losses Are Real, Some Are Imaginary.
Juicy Excerpt: It’s emotional investing to react to all losses in the same way. Real losses will set back your financial freedom dreams by many years. Imaginary losses are a temporary annoyance, nothing that should cause any serious concern. It’s important that you be able to tell the difference.