So much information is at our fingertips today. Have a question about a health issue? I’m sure Google has a quick answer and Amazon has a perfectly matched product for you, or there are probably 50 blogs on the topic detailing every answer under the sun. But how do you know if you can trust those results?
Copious amounts of data and conflicting opinions can be very confusing when you have an important decision to make – especially one concerning your future or finances. It’s those panic moments of information overload when analysis paralysis can set in. The fear of making the wrong choice often results in endless wrangling over the upsides and downsides of each option, and an inability to pick one.
Analysis paralysis can cost you time and money.
When it comes to your finances, don’t put extra pressure on yourself. We can keep your worries in check by staying laser-focused on the long-term goals you’re striving for. Working together, I’ll help you replace paralysis with problem-solving. In doing so, you will reclaim your time, energy, and brainpower.
You’d be surprised how much I can assist you with. To spark some ideas, here are a few articles I found insightful this week. Keep in touch.
How Long Might the Next Bear Market Last?
July 6, 2021
Many investors worry that the stock market’s current overvaluation means that the next bear market—whenever it begins—will be a long and deep one…