One of the biggest challenges with long-term investments and financial strategies is managing the emotions that come with market highs and lows throughout the investment period.
In this episode, Peter Gutekunst and Brian Henrysen talk about the importance of managing emotions when leveraging your finances and the strategies that come with it. Brian explains why it’s better to prioritize your emotions instead of trying to beat the market while sharing the ins and outs of good and long-term investments.
- Emotion management tips for investors
- Timeframes of a good and long-term investment
- Why it’s important to understand what investing for the long run means
- Must-know long-term investment strategies
- The value of financial discipline
- And more!
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