Part 1 of a mini-series on investing.
How you allocate your money into asset classes is said to be the most important decision you will make as an investor. I’m here to tell you that is exactly wrong.
We’ll discuss this and how we should be thinking about asset allocation.
Today, we’ll hit on three things:
- What asset allocation is
- How to do it correctly
- How to avoid a large pitfall
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On this month’s episode of The Real Retirement Podcast, I discuss what being an investor actually means because it’s not what you think!
Actually, how most people define what an investor is could put your retirement in jeopardy.
If we are going to have a chance at building wealth and making our money last through retirement, then we’d darn well better know what it means to actually be an investor.
After this episode, you’ll know the truth because that’s what will put you in the best position to achieve your retirement goals.
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