In an interview with Fool editor and analyst Brandon Byrnes, Wesley Gray, author of the book Quantitative Value, discusses the costs to investment performance in trying to guess the market's movement, and the virtues of sticking to a steady solid plan.
Originally joining The Motley Fool in 2011 as editor of the Industrials sector, Brendan is now based in New York City where he interviews executives, authors, and influential people from across the investing and business world. He also provides analysis for Fool.com.
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