It’s almost Halloween, and there are spooky things everywhere you look. From decor to horror movies, we are face-to-face with frights and fears 24/7. Though this time of year is often intentionally scary, don’t let fear control you, especially when it comes to your finances.
Sometimes fear of what’s waiting around the corner, or the big scary unknown, can stop us dead in our tracks and keep us from pursuing goals and habits that we know are good for us. But in fact, a study in Behaviour Therapy showed that over 90 percent of the things people worry about never happen. Think of fear as an acronym: FalseEventsAppearingReal.
So, what’s the best way to quell that worry and move forward unafraid? Arm yourself with expert knowledge and a good plan of attack. And you’ve got that. You can take confidence in the plan we’ve created. And remember, every great accomplishment comes with some risk, and you are up to the task.
If you have any questions at all, don’t be afraid – just reach out. I’m here to help you overcome fear and chase your dreams. The following are some interesting articles about events in the news that may pertain to your financial plan. Enjoy and share … if you dare.
The Halloween Effect: Why You Should Get Ready To Buy Equities In November
Oct. 18, 2021
Investors should not be spooked by Halloween. Now is a great time to buy equities. Research shows…
As Inflation Rises, Beware of the Money Illusion. It May Cost You a Lot.
Oct. 15, 2021
People often focus on the actual amount of money they earn or spend, rather than its purchasing…
The U.S. Economic Recovery Is Slowing Down. Don’t Be Alarmed.
Oct. 19, 2021
As business leaders enter the fall, a confluence of negatives is clouding their outlook on the…
Americans have 3 major fears about retirement, but they can be overcome
Oct. 18, 2021
Americans who want to retire are worried about healthcare costs, inflation, and market volatility…