You might hate what I’m about to say.
So, before you click off this page, let me put some things in perspective.
Money is neither good nor evil.
What you do with money makes it good or evil.
Investing in the stock market doesn’t make you good or evil.
Your intent behind investing in the stock market greatly determines your results.
What you focus on becomes your God.
If you’ve ever wondered why most people lose money in the markets, all you need to do is look at their intent for investing to get your answer.
And after spending over 37 years on Wall Street, you tend see things from a different perspective than the average investor.
One thing for sure is human nature never changes. If it did, then you wouldn’t see people making the same mistakes over and over again.
Another key issue (and here’s where the rub is) has to do with money becoming your God.
Far too many investors get caught up in the “noise” put out by the financial presstitutes and lose perspective resulting from the fear and greed factor. (If you haven’t noticed, volatility in 2018 is living proof).
When that happens, your God (money) will fail you. And that’s exactly why you need to keep your investments in perspective.
Wall Street wants you to believe that investing is complicated and intimidating.
When you learn how to Listen to the Markets, you’ll find it easier to connect the dots as to what’s really happening.
That’s why we publish our monthly newsletter…to give you perspective and better equip you to see the Big Picture. (HERE)
P.S. For the record, the Bible says that God wants you to prosper. “Beloved, I wish above all things that you may prosper and be in health, even as your soul prospers.” ~3John1:2~