Mind of a Millionaire: February Portfolio Review; Election, International Investing, Rebalancing
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Hello, and thank you for tuning in to the Mind of a Millionaire podcast this week. This episode comes out about a week after our February Portfolio Review Meeting (PRM); which you may know is Zak’s favorite meeting of the month. The PRM gives our entire advisory team the opportunity to meet and discuss every portfolio, the funds within each portfolio, and our outlook on the month and year to follow.
This week we discussed the election (of course), and more specifically the Iowa Caucus, emerging markets, trade war, the Coronavirus, and rebalancing. As always, please reach out with questions – we are always happy to discuss.
What’s going on in the market?
- Iowa Caucus results (2/6)
Zak’s Mental Market Mind Trick
How might the Coronavirus be affecting market behavior?
- What is the Coronavirus?
Coronavirus impact on Chinese exports
How is the trade war with China impacting international markets?
What is a millionaire doing right now?
Why do we rebalance portfolios?
- What is rebalancing?
- Tech Company Performance reference: Motley Fool; These Were the 10 Best Tech Stocks of 2019
Thank you for listening. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.
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