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Thank you for tuning in to another episode of the Mind of a Millionaire podcast. This episode was recorded following our Investment Committee’s monthly portfolio review meeting. In this meeting we covered a lot considering the recent volatility in the markets that caused fear among investors.
This week, we are discussing ESGs, investing in the things you believe in, the democratic primary, and the coronavirus. Toward the end, we will discuss the Fed’s recent rate cut and what that means for investors.
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What is the difference between SRI (Socially Responsible Investing) and ESG (Economic, Social, Governance) investing? [2:32]
How can you check if you’re invested in ESGs? [4:48]
Super Tuesday [5:48]
What’s the most favorable outcome for investors? [6:35]
The ages of the democratic leaders [8:37]
Coronavirus: where can you get credible information? [10:27]
What is the short-term noise vs. long-term impact? [13:05]
- Worst case scenario for coronavirus [13:32]
Will the coronavirus shut down the US economy? [15:10]
What does history say about the coronavirus’ impact on the market? [16:31]
Graphic Credit: First Trust, Epidemics and Stock Market Performance Since 1980
This is a buying opportunity [19:24]
- “When the market turns red, I see opportunity.” – Peter Lynch
The Fed cut rates; should investors be worried? [20:50]
- Floating Rate Bonds [21:07]
What do interest rate cuts mean for the long-term economy? [22:46]
Investor's Call to Action [25:25]
Thank you for listening. As Zak mentioned, if you are curious about your portfolio, please don’t hesitate to reach out. If you are looking to start investing, now may be a great opportunity – we are happy to discuss.
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