A lot of people, myself included perhaps, have been guilty at times of second-guessing the Moneygeek oil and gas stocks.
However, if we’re honest, we should realize that each of us are individually responsible for any choices we make with respect to our own stock portfolios. If I choose to follow the Moneygeek model portfolios and end up losing money, that’s my own fault. If I don’t have a long enough time horizon, or if I’m investing with money I can’t afford to lose – once again, my own fault.
The Brexit vote and the 2016 U.S. presidential election have demonstrated that nobody has a crystal ball. It would be unreasonable to fault the people at Moneygeek for lacking powers of precognition.