By ROB CARRICK
The most dangerous way to start a lifetime of investing is with a run of beginner’s luck.
In the annals of investing, beginners may never have been luckier than they were in the rally back from the stock market crash in March. So much money has been made by millennial and Gen Z investors in ways that have almost no applicability to long-term investing success. Now is the time to get back to fundamentals – mostly, anyway.