Knowing your short and long-term needs is crucial to maintaining financial stability regardless of what the market does.
In this episode, John discusses tangible and intangible investment options and why a market downturn doesn’t automatically mean bad news.
In this episode, you’ll also hear:
- Recognizing the unpredictability of market downturns
- Comparing real estate vs. stock investments
- Understanding long-term vs. short-term needs and investment tools
[00:04:17] The best way to participate in the market is to treat it like the investment it is—a long-term investment.
[00:09:27] Do little incremental things and use this [downturn] as an opportunity rather than looking at it as doom and gloom, because long term, it certainly is an opportunity. History bears that out very, very, very clearly over time.
[00:10:08] When you’re drawing money out, you’re no longer a long term investor with all of your money…it’s important to remember when you’re dealing with that, to allocate your money properly.
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The preceding program is sponsored by Fourth Avenue Financial, which is solely responsible for its content.