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The BEST S&P 500 ETF VOO Investing Strategy for 2024

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The S&P 500 is at all time highs, which leaves a lot of investors in 2024 with the question of if its going to go up or crash back down given a lot of analysts predicting a recession in 2024. In today's video, I give my best S&P 500 ETF VOO investing strategy for 2024, where I hope I can make you guys some money in the stock market and leave you with confidence in investing in the financial markets. I do hope you can take the time to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE this video 👍, PLEASE do have a fantastic day & always remember to do your own research before you buy any ETF or Index Fund!

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0:45 -S&P 500 Price Prediction 2024
2:02 When to buy S&P 500 VOO
3:10 Buying VOO in 2024
6:10 Growth ETFs

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  1. I think it will trade sideways/ down 5% first half of 2023, and then end the year at ATH. Right now I am sitting on around 30% in cash, so ready at anytime to deploy. We are basically getting paid to build our cash position with these high money market rates, while we wait for the downturn. The market is so run up these last few months with all these rallies. Once they start cutting rates the money market interest rates will sink, and I will get more into the market.

  2. I buy every single week no matter what. Which means I buy very high and I buy very low for years to come. It all averages out!

    • I’d say you’re diversified enough if you have SPLG as your highest allocation and have the other ETFs as compliments. Seems like you’re rolling with a 3 fund portfolio in the more growth category. In short, yes. You have many different sectors and even very specific sectors that compliment SPLG. Hope this helps!

  3. Currently, I only buy SCHD. I’m waiting for VOO to drop a bit, and then I’ll invest heavily with all the accumulated cash

  4. Another great video.
    I have 25 years till retirement so I don’t even look at the share price.
    Every day I put a few $ into VOO no matter what. Im up 6.42% at year end.
    I do the same with my SCHD/JEPQ/VAS/VGS

  5. In trading, possessing technical analysis skills is not sufficient on its own; discipline and emotional maturity play crucial roles in achieving success. Embracing the mindset of “time in the market vs. timing the market” proves valuable, especially during market fluctuations. I attribute my growing daily earnings to Cheryl Atonal’s valuable insights and daily trade signals, coupled with my commitment to continuous learning. Kudos to the journey ahead!

    • Investing has proven to be an incredibly beneficial decision. My cryptocurrency profits continue to play a substantial role in growing my overall wealth, reducing my reliance on my salary

    • It is really refreshing to see a comment about Cheryl Atonal.I have worked with her also for months now, she simplifies matters, whether it’s a market surge or drop; her approach consistently keeps you ahead of the trend, She’s a guru i’ll say

    • Nice to see this here, Cheryl Atonal’s understanding of market indicators is impressive. She knows exactly when to enter and exit trades for maximum profit. her siignals are top notch

    • It’s unexpected to come across her name here. She understands every beginner’s intention and fix you to a trading course that matches your capacity

  6. Managing money is different from accumulating wealth, and the lack of investment education in schools may explain why people struggle to maintain their financial gains.

    • Investors should exercise caution with their exposure and exercise caution when considering new investments, particularly during periods of inflation. It is advisable to seek guidance from a professional or trusted advisor in order to navigate this recession and achieve potential high yields

    • Amazing. It gets quite difficult to handle all of this, and staying informed is a major cause, how do you go about this are you a pro investor?

    • Through closely monitoring the performance of my portfolio, I have witnessed a remarkable growth in the past two quarters.

    • This experience has shed light on why experienced traders are able to generate substantial returns even in lesser-known markets.

    • I’m intrigued by your progress. Could you share some insights into your investment strategy or perhaps recommend any specific resources or mentors that have led to your success.

  7. S&P 500 is Up and will do better in 2024 I believe as indicators for profits continue to improve, making investors like me believe that “Santa has come early” to the markets. What are the best additions to a $500k portfolio to boost performance?

    • I think you’re better off with majority investment in S&P500 and uprising equities cos they always outperform. Alternatively speaking to a certified market strategist can help with pointers on which to acquire

    • When it comes to situations like this, it’s wrong to engage in a single option. I suggest diversifying into various options with high performance coupled with the experience and aid of a finance Pro will generate bigger dividends and balance volatility. Thankfully, I can attest to the success of this approach seeing my portfolio of $330k grow by 85% in 3 years.

    • I agree with you. This is what I do too. I’m not cut out for financial reports and industry news, so I use a wealth manager. Profits have been very consistent.

    • I’ve been looking to switch, but have been kind of relaxed about it. Could you recommend your wealth manager? I’ll be happy to use some help.

    • The decision on when to pick an Adviser is a very personal one. I take guidance from ‘Natalie Lynn Fisk‘ to meet my growth goals and avoid mistakes, she’s well-qualified and her page can be easily found on the net.

  8. Thanks for the video. I was expecting some volatility to start the year, but I am generally positive on the market. Let’s keep in mind it’s an election year in the US!

    • Of course, thank you for your comment! We’re already seeing some much expected volatility so far to start the year, but generally positive to end the year in 2024!

  9. If time in the market beats timing the market wouldn’t buying shares in large amounts early on rather than smaller amounts over time be better?

    • True, some people don’t have large sums of money to invest at once. So that’s why I say to people to dollar cost average in small portions to be in the market for as long as possible. Hope this helps!

    • If you want QQQ, use QQQM, a lower expense ratio and same holdings at QQQ. SCHD is great for a Roth IRA for the tax efficiency of dividends! Hope this helps :). Oh also keep VTSAX as the core of the portfolio with the highest allocation

    • I added VGT after you say and did some my own research so went with it, dividend etf and i am still contemplating which one i should choose, vym, vig or schd … yes vtsax will be highest allocation like 70-80%… appreciate your response

  10. I’m 26, $300K net worth. Been saving 50% of my salary, investing in stocks & living below my means. My goal this year is to be more serious and consistent with my investments for long term. Starting to save for a house down payment. I want to invest more this year but I’m not sure on how to mitigate risk

    • Time in the market beats timing the market, Its best if you buy growth/blue-chip/large caps stocks only. looking at your budget It’s advisable you work with an fiduciary advisor to help set up a well-structured portfolio

    • The issue is most people have the “I want to do it myself mentality” but not equipped for a crash. Ideally, advisors are perfect reps for investing jobs and at first-hand experience, my portfolio has yielded over 300%, summing up nearly $1m, since covid outbreak to date

    • Credit to ‘Olivia Maria Lucas’ will recommend you look her up, Well, she recommends about 5-9 big rising stocks every month, 3-4 every week. One of the things I have learned in my years of investing is not to completely move in or move out of investments, if you have quality assets. It is better to trim, and then hold some cash for buying opportunities

    • Exactly what I’m doing again this week. The smartest thing l’ve ever done was having 30% in cash to buy on the way down in 2021. It hurt watching 30-40% discounts drop to 50, but grabbing Google, NVDIA, Apple, and others near the bottom has paid off

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