Volatility is one of the challenges that people must endure when they start investing. Today, Rey compares the ups and downs of volatility to those of rollercoaster rides—and he wants to make sure that before you ride, you know what you’re signing up for.
In the second episode of Rey’s four-part series, you’ll learn about:
- How you can overcome the fear and greed that comes with both sides of volatility
- The worst time to get off the investment “rollercoaster”
- The meaning of standard deviation
- The importance of having a financial coach
- Conversations you must have with your financial advisor to quantify risk
- Rey’s approach to helping his clients get through this landmine
- And more!
Tune in now and learn how to keep your peace of mind when dealing with the emotional side of investing during market volatility.
Resources: Privada Wealth Management
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