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In this episode, Marcelo and Keith talk about geopolitical risk/shock in investing. When we’re facing major geopolitical events, war, health crises, or a recession, many investors’ immediate reaction is that we’ve never seen something like this before. We hear – this time is different. Unfortunately, that often leads investors to make short-term, reactive decisions that ultimately harm their long-term investment plan.
Here we zoom in on your best power plays for the age 35–65 sweet spot, when you’re not yet fully financially independent, but you’d love to do all you can to get there sooner than later.
In this episode, Heather and Keith talk about her motivation for writing The Wheel of Wellness, the changing public perception of wellness, the role of genetics versus lifestyle in longevity, how to start the journey of finding your purpose, and so much more!
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Investing early makes the most of your youthful super powers: time and compound growth on your investments.
Having a retirement plan and investment plan is key to preparing for long-term financial security. Additional components factor in as well, including debt management, risk management, tax planning, and estate planning.
How do you protect against an invisible enemy like behavioural bias? Four lines of defense can help: education, process, time, and objective advice.
Even if you start out with a well-diversified portfolio, you’re far more likely to lose your way if you have no big-picture plan to guide your cohesive course.
Countless performance-chasing parades have come and gone, with one thing in common: By trying to concentrate in a hot trend once it’s already popular, you’re riding a massive wave that could subside at any time.
In relatively efficient markets, even the experts can’t know what future pricing will be. So, trading based on forecasts and predictions is a coin flip, at best; the outcome is based on luck vs. skill.