Fear of the Inevitable End Any investor knows the markets’ great returns over the last couple years. Most non-investors out of jealousy will undoubtedly be talking about the next stock apocalypse where everyone will need to batten down the hatches and hopefully start to hide that money in their mattress. Yes, market declines are a common thing.
We live in a society that values intelligence. For the most part, this is a great thing. However, we have placed an extreme amount of emphasis on being well-rounded. This is a good thing, right? Being able to do a little bit of everything? Maybe so, but economics shows that it may also lead people down the road to poverty. Imagine if people thought they are educated in everything.
How many times have you failed to do something out of fear? Or, talked yourself out of doing something because of it? What do we do when we're afraid? Well, it seems to me that is when one’s survival skill to follow the pack kicks in. When it comes to money, is anyone you’re following doing as well as they should? Given the statistics, I would say that is it an overwhelming NO.
When looking for any professional advisor, it is important to be able to match their characteristics, temperament, client profile and experience level to your own profile.
Congratulations Newlyweds! Your fresh union symbolizes a new beginning facing the world. But before the glow of wedded bliss wears, it’s crucial to talk about finances.
What’s the difference between a robo advisor and an actual financial advisor? It may seem like there’s an obvious answer - I mean one’s a software - but truly, what’s the difference in services between a robo advisor and a financial advisor?
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You’re 25 and feeling alive. You’re settling into life after university, paying off your debts and slowly figuring how to “adult”. But with the responsibility of bills, rent, and even keeping up social appearances, prioritizing financial planning is something far too often pushed to the side.
30 is a divisive number. To the young, it’s the time when you’re thrust into full blown adulthood, whether you’re ready or not. To the young at heart, 30 may be considered the early years before your true confidence shines, in your career, in your relationships, or even in yourself.