Why Staying In The Moment Doesn't Apply To The Stock Market
Today I’m so excited to kick off Season 2 of the Financial Finesse podcast, which I’m calling, “What Keeps You Up At Night?” Many of us are dealing with heightened anxiety these days due to a renewed surge in COVID cases, the uncertainty of the upcoming (and exceedingly contentious) presidential election, and a general feeling of instability in the world.
In addition, people are nervous about what this election may mean for their investments and financial future–and for good reason. The media takes every opportunity to sensationalize what may or may not happen in November and beyond. That’s why in this episode I encourage listeners to take a long-term view. Stocks tend to rise more often than they fall, and moment-to-moment volatility is simply the price of investing in the stock market–regardless of whether it’s an election year.
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