Sunday, March 15, 2020

Are There Opportunities in Today’s Chaos?

The corona virus, overdue stock market correction and election season creates a perfect storm of volatility in the market place.  Perhaps more than anything these three aspects create a huge sense
of uncertainty.

During times of uncertainty, it becomes ever so important to have a sound fiscal plan. It is very easy for emotions to run rampant during a time like this and for opinions to flood the market place. Everyone has an opinion and a sound bite to contribute.

Unfortunately, many of the opinions and sound bites can be useless to most individuals. Financial planning is as much a personal customized experience as getting a tailor made custom suit. A suit made for me will not fit anyone else but me. Point being, this market may be a buying opportunity for some, but that totally depends on where they are in the money cycle of accumulation, protection and distribution. So NO, this is not a signal for everyone to buy. It’s a signal for every person who cares anything about their financial well being to invest in a financial plan that takes into consideration their age, risk tolerance, goals, needs and specific current financial situation.

For this show, we will address the uncertainty and customization of making financial plans for today’s environment.  To do that, we will bring back a Straight Talk favorite.  Perry Jeffries will return to discuss the opportunities that are often hidden in times of chaos and uncertainty.  From this show, you will discover why he is more than a wealth building and financial planning strategist.  So call in to discuss some of the greatest concerns and opportunities the corona virus, declining stock market and an election year can bring. 

You won’t want to miss this one. 

Tonight, Sunday, March 15, from 7:00pm-9:00pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos.

Call to comment or ask questions live at: (323) 642-1387.

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