Mind of a Millionaire: The Hammer and the Dance

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Thank you for tuning into another episode of the Mind of a Millionaire podcast. It has been a bit of an adjustment moving from our regular studio at DWM HQ to our various home offices, but it’s important that we remain your go-to resource regarding COVID-19. Follow our YouTube page for up-to-date videos from Zak and Blair. Follow our Twitter and Facebook for regular financial content.

This week, Zak discusses the Hammer and the Dance. In other words, the governments reaction to coronavirus, what steps will be taken to end quarantine, and what investors can be doing despite ongoing uncertainty. 

As investors, what happens when the quarantine is over?

The Hammer

 The cost-to-benefit measurement

The Dance

What happens to the economy?


We hope this was helpful. As mentioned, we have been having a lot of fun recording and posting educational videos. To watch, visit our YouTube page. As always, if you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are available and working hard to best address your financial future as we return to normalcy. 


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