stock market

When we consider investing money to grow our wealth, most of us think of the stock market. In theory, it’s easy: Constantly buy shares, watch their value grow over time and cash out when you want to retire.

But in practice, things are more complicated. The history of the market is filled with stories of unexpected crashes, bursting bubbles and, most importantly, disappointed investors.

While some people see amazing returns in their stock portfolio, it’s not right for everybody. In this episode, you’ll find out how the stock market really works so you can make an informed decision that secures your financial future for the long term.

Want to make money decisions that grow your wealth for the long term? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • How social media business models turned gambling into an addictive game designed to empty your pockets. ([2:21])
  • Why annualized stock market returns don’t put money in most people’s pockets (and how “temporary setbacks” can wipe out your complete net worth). ([5:07])
  • Why the wrong “investment behavior” can slash your stock market returns in half. ([7:28])
  • The scary statistics that show stock market investors have a 50% chance of running out of money in retirement. ([12:58])

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