Prioritising money for your future life is imperative, but how do you ensure that you have enough? You invest.
Simply put, there is no way you can SAVE your way to retirement, and so, in order to invest, you need to know the basic foundations of investing. In this weeks episode I want to teach you how to understand the landscape of investing so you can make the best choices available.
The most important part of any financial strategy is to understand how you think, feel and behave towards money, and being able to be honest about it will help you and your adviser select the right investments for you.
- [03.04] No one can save for retirement
- [05.12] The Number One foundation of investing
- [07.23] The Second foundation of investing
- [09.23] The Third foundation of investing
- [11.08] Fourth Foundation of Investing
- Your Money Being
- Your current financial position
- Your Personal Risk Profile
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“Investing is managing the trade off between the risk you take and the amount of money you will make.” – Lisa Linfield
“There is a pretty stable relationship between risk and return when it comes to market available investments – the more risk, the higher the return.” – Lisa Linfield
“The most important part of any financial strategy is to understand how you think, feel and behave towards money.” – Lisa Linfield
“Investing is ALWAYS contextual. You never invest in isolation of the rest of your financial position.” – Lisa Linfield