How often should YOU– or the person you hire to manage your investments—be buying and selling the stocks you own? Here’s something to Ponder: Every time you sell a stock, there is someone buying it who thinks you’re wrong. In fact, the math is simple: one of you MUST be wrong and time will tell. Who buys a stock when you sell it? SOMEONE has to, and to them what you are selling is a bargain. Are they fools? Actually, most stocks are bought by very large very smart institutions. The price they pay you is the price they believe will make THEM money. Today, we’ll take a look at just WHO buys most stocks that individuals sell, and it may surprise you. Then Steve will layout a strategy for avoiding emotional decisions with your money. An important show for you today, MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!