What Keeps You Up At Night?

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Published by Mark Ring

Are you worried about how fast the world moves? Or, how quickly life can change? Does the unknown make you anxious? If so, do you find these thoughts affect your decision-making process, specifically how you manage your finances? This feeling may cause you to have “paralysis by analysis,” the inability to decide on the necessary action steps to provide you the best life going forward.

Are you worried about how fast the world moves? Or, how quickly life can change? Does the unknown make you anxious? If so, do you find these thoughts affect your decision-making process, specifically how you manage your finances? This feeling may cause you to have “paralysis by analysis,” the inability to decide on the necessary action steps to provide you the best life going forward.

The world we live in is different than what we remember from the past and what we expected in the present. We are consistently being inundated with news stories and updates – a never-ending cycle all day long. You can even wake up in the middle of the night and watch the news (not that you really want to).

So, how do you process all this STUFF? How do you maintain your sanity and not to let every breaking headline affect your emotions?

You do it by developing a plan. A plan that is flexible, reviewed on a consistent basis and relevant to who you are and what you want most out of life. You need investment strategies that are conducive to your risk tolerance and that don’t let your hunger for big returns surpass your level of fear. Having the proper plan balances your desire for wealth with your true comfort zone. To learn more about developing a disciplined investment process, click here.

With a plan in place, you will gain financial confidence in knowing your finances are in trustworthy hands. Take the first step by completing our Risk Tolerance Questionnaire and request an appointment with a Jacob William financial advisor. Doesn’t your future deserve it?

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