When we do almost anything, we need to pay attention. We pay attention when we drive, work, listen to friends, shave, build something or play a sport. Many people think investing is the same. But here's the irony: people who pay attention do worse than those who don't. In fact, you would maximize your odds of investment success if you couldn't see or hear anything at all. I explain here.

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Could you match the investment returns of my dead Uncle Arthur?
If Uncle Arthur had a diversified portfolio of index funds, he’d have thrashed the investment performance of almost everyone you know. Here’s how.