Jul 6, 2016
Here in the UK we’re in the aftermath of the referendum vote to leave the EU, and stock markets are very volatile. Headlines are screaming about billions wiped off the stock market. The pound is suffering compared with other currencies. With all these concerns, isn’t it better to keep your money where it is safe, say under the mattress or in a high-interest savings account?
Why invest at all?
Today I’m going to answer that question...
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It seems to be assumed that investing is THE way to become wealthy. There are far more column inches dedicated to choosing the right funds or tax wrappers than there are listing the best high-interest accounts. Probably because there are no really high-interest accounts these days.
But why invest at all? As usual, I’m going to look at what you need to KNOW first, followed by what you need to DO, assuming you decide that you should consider investing some of your heard-earned cash.
Book: Money, Master the Game, by Tony Robbins
Book: The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach
Podcast: Money To The Masses, with Damien Fahy
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