"Stocks are in a bubble. Bonds are in a bubble," according to Alan Greenspan, speaking on Bloomberg TV on January 31, 2018 (sparking the 3000-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average). Warren Buffett said that he has $100 billion on the sidelines because stocks and bonds are overpriced.
Is your financial plan recession-proof?
The last two times Wall Street went 8 years without a recession (in 2000 and 2008), most people lost more than half of their nest egg.
If you lost 30% or more in the Great Recession and you haven't made any changes, you're as vulnerable today as you were then. Having an 18-page financial plan and losses of more than 30% are red flags that your plan is not healthy or properly diversified. It's your money. As TD AMERITRADE chairman Joe Moglia says, "Nobody cares more about your money than you do. Natalie does a terrific job of explaining how and why you should be taking more responsibility for your own financial well being."
It's time to learn the time-proven solutions that earned gains in the Great Recession (and the Dot Com Recession), outperformed the bull markets in between, and even save you thousand annually in your budget.
Call 310-430-2397 to get an unbiased second opinion on your current budgeting and inveseting strategy, or to attend the 3-day Investor Educational Retreat.
Here are a few blogs where you can learn more.
4 Things Monday's Biggest Point Drop in History Taught Us.
Warren Buffett is on the Sidelines. GE Investors Lost Half.