Recently, I sat down with my colleague Garrett Baldwin to talk about the one thing that’s on everyone’s minds lately: what to do in the midst of the coronavirus panic.
Sensibility is in short supply nowadays, with everyone either acting like we’re on the brink of the zombie apocalypse and buying their local Walmart’s entire stock of toilet paper, or not taking a damn ounce of this situation seriously and hosting “quarantine parties” in their backyard. There’s little gray area.
So, Garrett and I wanted to reach out and tell you how it really is. Because what you need now is clarity, honesty, and common sense.
We’ll also give you a couple of moves you can make if you desperately need to be in the markets right now.
So go ahead and give it a listen…
I don’t know about you, but I find three-day weekends to be exhausting.
Of course, since most of them are spent with at least three and sometimes four dogs, a cat that hates dogs, and a two-year-old, I guess that’s to be expected.
Add in a wife with her freshly-repaired ankle zooming around the house on a knee scooter, and this past weekend more resembled a rodeo than a relaxing time to pause and refresh before entering the new work week.
In the middle of all that chaos, I did manage to spend time this weekend catching up on the news of the world and look for quantitative ways to make us money in the markets.
Not much has changed week to week as the coronavirus, and the Democratic primaries have captured most of the media’s attention.
Stocks remain overvalued and low interest rates are locked-in for the foreseeable future.
If you’re running with the herd, it may seem like it’s impossible to make big enough returns to reach your financial goals, giving you no choice other than to leave your expectations behind.
Instead of downsizing your dreams, you can leave the herd behind and explore the corners of the markets that no one else is even considering right now to boost your yield and live on your own terms.
Let me show you how…