Senator Burr sits down with Jesse and the Best Interest to discuss the tips and tricks leading to his recent stock market success
Take your gold-plated jewelry to the pawn shop, and dump your portfolio into silver dollars. You don’t want to miss this opportunity.
In light of the COVID bear market, we’re taking this week to look at how various “buy the dip” stock market strategies have performed historically.
The market is screaming “Sell!,” while contrarians suggest it’s time to buy. So what does the Best Interest think about coronavirus and the stock market?
The headline “index fund bubble” gets a lot of Americans pretty nervous–including me! Let’s look at arguments for and against.
Since stocks’ invention, people have over-estimated their skill. And behind each cocky investing boyfriend is a partner, hoping to convince them to stop!
While the 2010s seemed great for the markets, how do they actually compare? S&P history suggests profits like the 2010s will certainly happen again.
When you leave bigger tips, you make a small sacrifice for another’s bigger gain. When else do we set aside resources for bigger gains? Investing!
History has shown just how difficult ‘timing the market’ is. So forget about perfect timing, and just stay steady and passive instead.
Using Wade Pfau’s data, pessimistic predictions of the future, and consumption smoothing, we’re creating an updated Trinity Study to use for potential “worst-case” retirement planning.