No one can beat Father Time. But, I thought Andrew Beaton wrote an excellent article titled “How Tom Brady Conquered His Great Opponent: Age,” in the WSJ this week. As Beaton explains: “Brady has adjusted his game to compensate for all the things that a quarterback loses as he ages. He makes up for decreased mobility and diminishing arm strength by throwing the ball quickly and short. He avoids injury the same way, and as a result is rarely hit.”
What all investors can learn from Brady is that, as we age we too need to adjust our portfolios to avoid the big hits so we can say: “We’re Still Here.”
Originally posted on Your Survival Guy.
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