Are You Calm in Spite of Market Volatility?

During times of market volatility, consider reading “The Majesty of Calmness by William George Jordan. The book may be over 100 years old but it contains time-tested wisdom on how to attract prosperity, manifest opportunities and to manage stress while identifying the values that matter most to you.


This kind of information can be especially valuable when it comes to navigating the whipsaws of the financial markets without losing sight of your deepest ideals. If you’ve felt yourself growing uneasy at the ongoing market volatility, this is an episode you’ll definitely want to hear.

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  • Why is the stock market like a person with a yo-yo? Why do we see noticeable corrections every seven to ten years and what should you do about it?
  • The last major correction took place more than 10 years ago. Doug explains what this portends for anyone who is working to pay attention.
  • What are the signals you should be watching for from the market? Even though the market always seems to bounce back eventually, learn how it can affect your savings.
  • Where’s the point of market correction–meaning decline in the market–where people start to make decisions based on fear? Learn how to take fear out of the equation.
  • Is there a way to enjoy the upside of a growing market without the risk of losing money when the market declines? If you don’t know about indexing, now is the time to learn.
  • Why is is so essential to understand the realities behind making up lost ground following a market loss? If you’re not keen on putting off retirement you need to know this.
  • And much, much more…

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