There are thousands, if not millions, of new investors these days.

That’s as a confluence of idle time, increased savings, stimulus cheques, a lack of gambling outlets, a legitimate interest in investing, and other factors have resulted in a flood of new investor accounts being opened.

Now what?

How do new investors navigate the vast landscape that is stock market investing? What’s their plan? How much risk can they tolerate? Are they looking to get rich quick? Do they have patience?

For some calm, clear-eyed guidance, how about someone with more than 35 years experience managing other people’s money.

Here are three pillars of investment wisdom.

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