I was at one time in my career a financial advisor working with a major U.S. bank. It was my job to help people decide on what investment choices were best for them, how much to invest, and how safe or risky those investments might be. That put pressure on me, but even more pressure on my clients who were risking their hard-earned money. I gave the best advice I could for each individual, but here’s the fact: no one knows with certainty exactly what will happen when you invest in the stock market.
So the real question is “Can you make good investment choices that will grow your money?” That’s the subject for today, but first let me tell you that I’m retired and no longer a financial advisor. And secondly, today’s post does not take into account the specifics of your situation and should not be considered financial advice.Continue reading“Making Good Investment Choices That Grow Your Money”