Myopic what? Yes, you read the title correctly – myopic loss aversion. The term describes a point when you try to avert losing money quickly by selling stocks or other poor knee-jerk reactions that can happen when you watch the daily movements of the market. You can avoid this tendency by simply ignoring the market and reviewing your portfolio only once a year. Bill discusses the advantages to shifting your attention away from the daily ticker tape and gaining control of your wealth building efforts. His advice in 425 Business is simple yet profound in steps to leading a life of fulfillment and greater happiness.