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Yahoo Finance spoke to market analysts, economists, and strategists about how investors can prepare for 2023 as the Fed tries to quell inflation, market volatility, rising interest rates, and a possible recession.
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With inflation currently at about 10%, my primary concern is how to grow my reserve of $240k which has been sitting duck since forever with zero to no gains, sure I’m all in on the long term game, but with my savings are lying waste to inflation and my portfolio losing gains everyday, I need a remedy asap.
there are loads of ways to make a killing right now, but such high-volume near impeccable tradess can only be carried out by real-time experts.
@alex young With the inflation, the stock isn’t going to be raking in huge gains. It wouldn’t be a bad time to BUY it, just don’t expect big gains from it for a while. I’ll buy once things start looking up in all those trouble areas..until then, too much turbulence for me.
@liam richard I’m sure the idea of a portfolio-managers might sound controversial to a few, but a new study by investopedia found out that demand for Portflio-Managers sky-rocketed by over 41.8 percent since the pandemic and based on firsthand encounter I can say for certain their skillsets are topnotch. I’ve raised over $400k within 18months from an initially stagnant portfoli0 worth of 150K which was devoid of dividend stocks. These are the high-volume traderss.
@simon fes That’s impressive! I could really use the xpertise of this manager for my dwindling portflio. Who’s the person guiding you?
Having a coach is key in a volatile market, My advisor is “Eileen Ruth Sparks” You can easily look her up, she has years of financial market experience…
Thanks for this breakdown from a personal angle I am aware that continuing to invest during periods of volatility can be a smart way to build wealth. I’ve heard testimonies of people accruing over $250k in this red period. What measures can I take to achieve this?
well the bigger the risk, the bigger the reward and such impeccable trades are better executed by professionals
@Alexander Webber that right, I started investing sometime in 2018 and by late 2019, I pulled a profit of over $750,000 with no prior investing knowledge or skill, I was basically just following the guidelines set by the financial advisor I use, so you don’t necessarily need to be a perfect investor or do the hardworks, just have a professional guide you.
@Zahair O’Brian Please how can one find a resourceful FA, I buy the idea of employing their services, its a shame market crashes as of late have become a sort of habit for stocks
@Robert Williams Sharon Louise Count is the brokerage-adviser. She has been of great help and her tutelage has brought me to a higher understanding of profit generation. You can look up her name on the net for her page and reach out. Understands the job perfectly.
@Zahair O’Brian This recommendation literally came at the right time, I dipped by $11k in stocks last week alone. Its crazy! I just looked up Autumn Lynzi Smith online and researched her accreditation. She seem very proficient & I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals .
Information they say, is power. Thanks for this.
Even with this current situation of the nations economy, the market has been pretty bad until today it decided to surge. Everybody was Practically Crying then. It kept dipping. That’s what you get when you feel you can navigate the process on your own. Big thank to Hilder Ferguson. I’m not bothered with how bad the Market is because my assests are insured due to her advice and I still receive my profit
I have traded with her and just by applying her strategies, I now trade independently. I recommend her to any one whose losses has not stopped and those who want to keep taking profits.
I’ve never seen anything compared to Mrs. Ferguson’s trading performance. She has helped me earned $7,520 with an invested capital of $2,300 in seven days. her strategies are mind blowing.
Heard someone say the best season for a fin.ancial breakthrough is now, especially with inflation running at a four-decade high. I have approximately $250k stagnant in my port_folio that needs growth. What is the best way to take advantage of this downturn?
That’s right, Markt slumps are one of the worst times to withdraw your moneey from the maket. hence i advise getting the guidance of an expert to make this downturn count.
@Diana Rabbani Couldn’t agree more Diana, I’ve been in constant touch with a fiinancial-analyst since covid . These days, it’s really easy to buy into trending stock’s, but the task is determining when to buy or sell. My advisorr decides entry and exit commands on my portfoliio, I’ve accrued over $550k from an initially stagnant reserve of $150K
@Naomi Gonzales That’s impressive! I need guidance so i can salvage my port_folio due to the massive dips and come up with better strategies. How can i reach this advsor?
@angela deem Credits to ‘Julianna Dawn Morales’ she has a web presence, so you can simply just search for her.
@Naomi Gonzales Thank you Naomi for this pointer. It was easy to find your handler, She seems very proficient and flexible. I booked a calI session with her.
Biggest lesson of 2022 in the stock market: Nobody knows what is going to happen next, so practice some humility and follow a strategy with a long term edge.
Nobody knows anything; You need to create your own process, manage risk, and stick to the plan, through thick or thin, While also continuously learning from mistakes and improving.
@Mariah Brunt Uncertainty… it took me 5 years to stop trying to predict what bout to happen in market based on charts studying, cause you never know. not having a mentor cost me 5 years of pain I learn to go we’re the market is wanting to go and keep it simple with discipline.
@John Cooper The one effective technique I’m confident nobody admits to using, is staying in touch with an Investment-Adviser. Based on firsthand encounter, I can say for certain their skillsets are topnotch, I’ve raised over $700k since 2017. Just bought my 3rd property for rental. Credit to Autumn Lynzi Smith.. my Investment-Adviser.
@Andrew Adli Thuram Autumn really seems to know her stuff. I found her online-page, read through her resume, educational background, qualifications and it was really impressive. She is a fiduciary who will act in my best interest. So, I booked a session with her.
I’m not kidding when I say that the market crash and high inflation have me really stressed out and worried about retirement. I’ve been in the red for a while now and although people say these crisis has it perks, I’m losing my mind but I get it Investing is a long-term game, so focus on the long run.
I can’t focus on the long run when I should be retiring in 3years, you see I’ve got good companies in my portfolio and a good amount invested, but my profit has been stalling, does it mean this recession/unstable market doesn’t provide any calculated risk opportunities to make profit?
There are a lot of strategies to make tongue wetting profit especially in a down market, but such sophisticated trades can only be carried out by proper market experts
@Brian. Springer I’ve been down a ton, I’m only holding on so I can recoup, I really need help, who is this investment-adviser that guides you?
@Tuc watkins Definitely! All of this happened in less than a year after ‘Emily Louisa Bahr’ guide me on what to do. I started with less than $100,000, and now I’m about 18,000 short of having a quarter million dollars!
@Brian. Springer Impressive, i’ll most definitely check her out. I buy the idea of employing the services of a Financial Advisor because finding that balance between saving and living requires counsel.
Inflation hits people a lot harder than a crashing stock or housing market as it directly affects people’s cost of living that people immediately feel the impact of. It’s not surprising negative market sentiment is so high now. We really need help to survive in this Economy.
I think I could really use more guidance to navigate the market, it is completely overwhelming, I’ve liquidated most of my assets and I could really use some advice on what best to invest into.
@Jeffrey Hulkman If you are not conversant with the markets, your best bet is to get you some kind of advise or assistance from a consultant/investing coach. It might sound basic or generic, but getting in touch with a consultant was how I was able to stay afloat the market and raise my portfolio to about 65% since Jan. For me, its the most ideal way to jump into the market these days.
@Chris Bluebird please who is the consultant that assist you with your investment and if you don’t mind, how do I get in touch with them?
@Margaritas 🍸 My consultant is Wendy Helene Bennett, I found her on a CNBC interview where she was featured and reached out to her afterwards. She has since provided entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can look her up online if you care supervision. I basically follow her trade pattern and haven’t regretted doing so.
@Chris Bluebird Thanks for sharing, I just liquidated some of my funds to invest in the stock market, I will need every help I can get.
There are lots of mixed opinions about stocks and there projection in the next coming years, I aim for short term solid gains from market correction and I’d definitely jump on the boat if I knew a thing or two about day-trading, but then again what do I really know? I’m just looking for the right moves to grow and hedge my stagnant reserve of $370k from inflation.
@Aiga Jenkinson Yeah, more reason I enjoy my day to day market decisions is that i’m being guided by a portfolio-coach, seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time, both employing profit-oriented strategy and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downtrends, coupled with the exclusive information/analysis, it’s quite impossible not to outperform. Netted over $1.5m in return on investment, since using a coach 2years and counting.
@Anthony Milner You are right! I diversified my $500K portfolio across various market with the guidance of an investment coach, I have been able to generate a little bit above $1m in net profit across high dividend yield stocks, ETF and equity during this red season in the market But the truth is that you cannot do that without a tested trading strategy
@steven bergwin Can you leave the info of your investment advisor here? I’m in dire need for one.
@Richard M Todd I am being guided by “Corinne Cecilia Heaney” who I found on a CNBC interview where she was featured and reached out to her. She has since provided entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can look her up online if you care supervision.
@steven bergwin Insightful… I curiously looked up her name on the internet and I found her site, thanks for sharing
I am aware that continuing to invest during periods of volatility can be a smart way to build wealth. I’ve heard testimonies of people accruing over $250k in this red period. What measures can I take to achieve this?
It’s a delicate season now, so you can do little or nothing on your own. Hence I will suggest you get yourself a professional that can provide you with entry and exit points on the securities you focus on.
Very true! I’ve been able to scale from $350K to $650K this red season because my FA figured out Defensive strategies to protect my portfolio and profit from this roller coaster market.
@Jeffrey Hulkman that’s heavy! keep it up, I could really use the expertise of these advisrs, my port-folio has been down bad….whose the person guiding you
@instinctively_awesome Having a coach is key in a volatile mar-ket, My advisor is “Jennifer Aaron Marcontell” You can easily look her up, she has years of financial-market experience.
@Jeffrey Hulkman I just looked up Jennifer on the net and scheduled a call with her. From my research, she seems very proficient so I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals..
A lot of folks have been going on about a December rally and said stocks that would be experiencing significant growth these festive season, any idea which stocks this may be? I just sold my home in the Boca Grande area and I’m looking to remunerate a lump sum into the stock market before stocks rebound, is this a good time to buy or no?
yes, transportation, e-commerce among other sectors are expected to experience growth, but who knows, the market has been a basket of surprises.
@richard hudson Such market uncertainties are the reason I don’t base my market judgements and decisions on rumours and here-says, got the best of me 2020 and had me holding worthless position in the market, I had to revamp my entire portfolio through the aid of an advisor, before I started seeing any significant results happens in my portfolio, been using the same advisor and I’ve scaled up 750k within 2 years, whether a bullish or down market, both makes for good profit, it all depends on where you’re looking.
@Tatiana Starcic True, we’re only just an information away from amassing wealth, I know a lot of folks that made fortunes from the Dotcom crash as well as the 08’ crash and I’ve been looking into similar opportunities in this present market, could this coach that guides yo help?
@Craig Daniels Having a counselor is essential for portfolio diversification. My advisor is Melissa Scott Glazner who is easily searchable and has extensive knowledge of the financial markets.
@Tatiana Starcic Found her, I wrote her an email and scheduled a call, hopefully she responds, I plan to start 2023 on a woodnote financially.
The maket trend can turn around very quickly. In fact, the indexes often switch from a bear market to a bull market when the news is at its worst and the mood of investrs is at its lowest point. I read an article of people that grossed profts up to $150k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?
The market trend can turn around very quickly. In fact, the indexes often switch from a bear market to a bull market when the news is at its worst and the mood of investors is at its lowest point. I read an article of people that grossed profts up to $110k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?.
The stock market rally is still in force, but the major indexes, sectors and especially leading stocks are prone to reversals. I recommend you seek the guidance a broker or financial adviser
@Anthony Harris I agree, having a brokerage advisor for inveesting is genius! Not long ago amidst the pandemic crash in March 2020, I was really having inveesting nightmare prior touching base with an advisor. In a nutshell, i’ve accrued over $550k with the help of my advisor from an initial $120k investment thus far
@dave Mcintyre that’s impressive!, I could really use the expertise of this advisors , my portfolio has been down bad….who’s the person guiding you
Donna Lorraine Judge is the coach that guides, you probably might’ve come across her before, she’s quite known in her field, look—her up
@dave Mcintyre Thank you for this tip. it was easy to find your coach. Did my due diligence on her before scheduling a phone call with her. She seems proficient considering her résumé.
I am new to the stock market. Every stock that I bought so far, I was out of luck because I bought them when they were expensive. I feel I missed out on all the stock opportunities so far for the tech stocks.I believe having 150K yearly income would be a good investment so I want to plug all my savings into the stock market. I know this sounds a bit dull but I would like to know if I should learn investing or let somebody else (more capable like a FA) do it for me? Please share your thoughts. I am kind of tired of searching for a good stock to buy and losing all the good opportunities
I’ll suggest you find a mentor or someone with experience to guide you especially in this recession..
@Chris Millson I agree, that’s the more reason I prefer my day to day invt decisions being guided by a invt-coach, seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time both employing risk for its asymmetrical upside and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downward turns, coupled with the exclusive information/analysis they have, it’s near impossible to not out-perform, been using a invt-coach for over 2years+ and I’ve netted over 1.5million
@Jennifer Kyle Please can you leave the info of your invstment adviser here? i have seen list of advisors in comments here but i dont trust them.
@Felicia Judge Having a coach is key in a volatile market, My advisor is “Susan Agnes Hancock” You can easily look her up, she has years of financial market experience.
@Jennifer Kyle Found her, I wrote her an email and scheduled a call, hopefully she responds, I plan to start 2023 on a woodnote financially.
Very well articulated; I wish I had more time for trial and error, but I’ll be 56 in October and I need ideas and advice on what investments to make to set myself up for retirement, especially with the looming inflation and recession; my goal is to have a portfolio of at least $500k at the age of 60.
There are a lot of strategies to make tongue-wetting profit especially in this down market, but such sophisticated trades can only be carried out by proper market experts
Yes, I’ve used such expert, an investment adviser at that, and she really worked magic on my portfolio, initially I was always in and out of the market, selling at a complete loss but for the past 2years I’ve been mostly in the green, earning steady profit irrespective of market movement thus gaining over $850k+ in the past 2years.
@Jarett that’s impressive!, I could really use the expertise of this advisors , my portfolio has been down bad….who’s the person guiding you?
@Aaron Rainford The advisor I use is Donna Lorraine Judge, she’s verifiable , so you could just search her.
@Jarett I just looked up Donna Lorraine Judge online and researched her accreditation. She seem very proficient, I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals and scheduled a call
Investing in the stock market is the best option to make a passive income. Virtually all the markets are crazy, most people pay more attention to the shiniest position on the graph, I’m keeping a diversified portfolio.
If you lack market knowledge, your best bet is to seek advice or support from a consultant or investing coach. Contacting a consultant may sound simple, but it’s how I’ve managed to stay afloat in the market and increase my portfolio to roughly 65% since January. It is, in my opinion, the best way to get started in the industry right now.
think it’s brilliant to use a brokerage advisor for investing! Prior to speaking with an advisor, I was actually suffering an investing nightmare during the economic crash in March 2020. In summary, with the help of my advisor, I have so far grown my initial $120k investment to over $550k.
@hush bash am new to the stock market. Every stock that I bought so far, I was out of luck because I bought them when they were expensive. I feel I missed out on all the stock opportunities so far for the tech stocks.I believe having 150K yearly income would be a good investment so I want to plug all my savings into the stock market. I know this sounds a bit dull but I would like to know if I should learn investing or let somebody else (more capable like a FA) do it for me? Please share your thoughts. I am kind of tired of searching for a good stock to buy and losing all the good opportunities
@Evita smith ELEANOR ANNETTE ECKHAUS is my consultant; I met her while watching a CNBC interview and later contacted her. She has since given me entry and exit points for the securities in which I am interested. You can look her up online if you require care supervision. I basically follow her trading pattern and have not been let down.
Thank you for sharing; I will need all the help I can get because I recently sold some of my assets in order to invest in the stock market.
Inflation is producing a slew of problems throughout the world, including food shortages, diesel and heating fuel shortages, and housing prices and financial market crash. This global collapse might end up being a part of us for a very long time. With inflation currently at about 9%, my primary concern is how to maximize my savings/retirement fund of about $300k which has been sitting duck since forever with zero to no gains.
There are lot of ways to make a killing right now, but such high-volume near impeccable trades can only be carried out by real-time experts. Trying to earn big in this down market without an advisor is like trying to win the Indy 500 riding a llama.
I’m sure the idea of an invstment-Adviser might sound controversial to a few but based on firsthand encounter I can say for certain their skillsets are topnotch. I’ve accrued north of 580k within 16-months from an initially stagnant Portf0lio worth 105k.
@Trane Inflation is high here, but as we know it’s definitely way more than the Government would like to admit. My plan is to earn more passive income and ride this out, can your Investment-adviser assist?
Sure, Donna covers things like investing, insurance, making sure retirement is well funded, going over tax benefits, ways to have a volatility buffer for investment risk. many things like that. Just take a look at her full name on the internet. She is well known so it shouldn’t be hard to find her.
@Trane thanks for sharing this, I googled the lady you mentioned and after going through her resume, I can tell she’s a pro. I wrote her and I’m waiting on her reply
I suggest you offset your real estate and get into stocks, A recession as bad it can be, provides good buying opportunities in the markets if you’re careful and it can also create volatility giving great short time buy and sell opportunities too. This is not financial advise but get buying, cash isn’t king at all in this time!
You’re right! The current market might give opportunities to maximize profit, but in order to execute such effective transactions, you must be a skilled practitioner.
@joesph cu On the contrary, even if you’re not skilled, it is still possible to hire one. I am a project manager and my personal portfolio of approximately $750k took a big hit in April due to the crash. I quickly got in touch with a financial-planner that devised a defensive strategy to protect and profit from my portfolio this red season. I’ve made over $150k since then.
@lawerence miller I need guidance so i can salvage my portfolio due to the massive dips and come up with better strategies. How can I reach this advisor?
I am being guided by “Eileen Ruth Sparks” who I found on a CNBC interview where she was featured and reached out to her. She has since provided entry and exit points on the securities I focus on. You can look her up online if you care supervision.
The current American problem is that they lost their industrial base and have nothing to trade besides guns and overprinted money. I’m delighted I sold off the majority of my significant assets on the financial market at a premium price before I declared them terrible investments! Because they misjudged China, the US economy is currently in trouble. Moreover, I concur with Peter in the comments that no one can limit the planet.
Would you consider liquidation of assets a smart move? Despite the recession and lurking depression, I doubt if selling was right because I am a strong bull on the economy too. Then again, it could depend on what your risk management was.
@Joe Caruso honestly… Selling during a recession or perhaps if an asset isn’t performing is something I oppose. even if it depends on the element. I think that the economy would do better. Avoiding it is preferable. Again, I have no idea what assets or risk capital you may be holding, but my recommendation is to thoroughly research a market before investing and to have a clear understanding of why you want to liquidate. Although I invest passively and go by the alias of Yvonne Anette Lively, I am certain that my portfolio was created during a recession. Currently, I’m just a few dollars short of a $250k portfolio.
Right! Each slump is followed by a boom. This is another reason why financial preparation is crucial. Businesses that have prepared ahead will still prosper. Consider how, by using the diversification advice from • Yvonne Anette Lively, I was able to enhance my return on investment during bear season by about 20%.
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We can look her up right
This is financial advice and I never give financial advice: DONT LEAVE DURING THE BEAR. If you don’t want to invest…learn. If you don’t want to learn…build. If you don’t want to build observe. DO SOMETHING…other than leave. There is so much opportunity here. Take advantage!
Just because there are opportunities in the market doesn’t mean you should go in blindly. To understand the potential factors that contribute to your financial growth, I’ll advise you to seek the help of a professional.
@johnson christopher very true, I started investing before the pandemic and that same year I pulled a profit of about $600k with no prior investing experience, basically all I was doing was seeking guidance from a financial-advisorr, you can be passively involved with the aid of a professional.
@Dendrick Paul It took me 3 years to stop trying to predict what’s about to happen in the market based on charts studying because you never know. Please, i need the help of your Investment advisor.
@Bennett Butler Catherine Eleanor Klase is my portfolio-coach, I found her on Bloomberg where she was featured, I looked up her name on the internet. Fortunately I came across her site and reached out to her, you can verify her yourself.
@Dendrick PaulI just looked up Catherine Eleanor Klase online and researched her accreditation. She seem very proficient, I wrote her detailing my Fin-market goals and scheduled a call.
Don’t get me wrong, I know the economy is in shambles and in order to break even and make profit, we have to ride it out until stock recovery, but how are some folks in the same stock market as me still able to pull off substantial profits of as much as 650K within months, what am I doing wrong?
You’re not doing anything wrong, you just don’t have the required skillset to profit off a down market, folks that are making profit in this market are pros and experts with in-depth knowledge and skillset.
@Trade Kings Starting out with a with a professional that knows the ropes of the choppy but profitable market is the best way to achieve getting a well structured portfolio. That’s why I have been working with ‘Susan Agnes Hancock’ and that doesn’t make me daft because in financial dealings one have to be prudent. Most traders enter exit with a quick 10% profit which is not bad in a general opinion but why not aim higher, it doesn’t necessarily mean to be greedy.
@Felicia Cameron am approaching retirement & i think this is the last window of opportunity for me to become a millionaire before retiring, as Recessions and downtrands are where millionaires are created. Currently i have some lump sum in a savings account and will like to work with a fiduciary financial advisor to achieve my goals. Please how can i reach Susan
@Jeffrey Hulkman searched for Susan by her full name
@Felicia Cameron Thank you for this Pointer. It was easy to find her handler, She seems very proficient and flexible. I booked a call session with her.