Get Rich When You Can’t Predict 2021

2020 was a strange and unprecedented year for the entire world. But especially for the United States, it seemed like everything that could go wrong went wrong in 2020. And though we have been thoroughly tested, we remain hopeful for a better future. So how can we invest wisely and create wealth despite the commotion in the world around us?

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

If you would have known what would happen, what would you have done differently in 2020? How the Dow Jones performed in lockdown Why successful stock traders often get things wrong What is momentum investing Why past investment performance doesn’t predict future results How undervalued stocks impact investing strategies How interest rates can influence the companies you invest in The role of risk in investing How to balance high growth with the potential of high risk Full show notes at: http://studentloanplanner.com/111

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