When you hear the word investments, what does that mean to you? Everyone’s definition is different, and most people have learned that investments are what they invest in the stock market. This is not the case. Investments are more than that. Investments are everything in your life which is exposed to the economy. Your house, your job, your cash, your bank account. Everything is an investment.
Over the past 20 years the average investor has earned 2.11% on their investments. This is lower than inflation (the rising cost of living) over the same time period. Why? Why are investors earning less than inflation?
In a world bombarded with information, news, and financial markets run by supercomputers causing higher highs, and lower lows. How do you take a step back, look at your full financial picture and put together an investment strategy which aligns with your financial goals and gives you peace of mind? You have to adapt to the times and unlearn everything we were taught about investing, the markets, the economy. Come learn more!