Why Some Folks Cheer Rather Than Fear the Stock Market Whipsaw

If you’ve been paying attention to the stock market, you can appreciate how its behavior can sometimes be likened to a whipsaw. We’ve seen market volatility lately and it’s expected to continue into the foreseeable future. Instead of viewing this ongoing volatility with a sense of dread, what if you could find reasons to cheer about it? The people who aren’t intimidated by these market fluctuations are the folks who know that, no matter what the market is doing, their money is still safe. With the right strategies and the right savings vehicles, you can enjoy the same kind of peace of mind.

Here’s a snapshot of some of the topics Doug covers in this episode:

  • Why do so many people become fearful or feel powerless when the market experiences volatility? If you’d like to break free of the herd, Doug has advice on how to do it.
  • Learn how to have clarity, creativity and confidence to continue moving forward, even when bad things are taking place.
  • The Dow just experienced it’s largest point drop in its history recently. Who were the people that remained unfazed by this instability?
  • What happens to people who are saving for retirement in a 401(k) or IRA when the stock market drops nearly 40% like it did between 2002 and 2003 and again in 2008 to 2009? Are you willing to take the same risks?
  • What’s the difference between having you money at risk in the market and having your money indexed to the market? If you want to have peace of mind, you’ll want to know this.
  • Discover why it’s much better to never lose principal than it is to try to make up for lost principal. Time is never on our side when it comes to making up lost ground.
  • And much, much more…

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*Life insurance policies are not investments and, accordingly, should not be purchased as an investment.