You know I’m not interested in predictions. Yes, I hope the Bruins make it to the Stanley Cup and win it all. But I’m not betting my life’s savings on it. And most sports fans aren’t that reckless with their money. But when it comes to money and investing, the stories are crazy.
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It’s not unusual to hear horror-thons about betting the ranch on what turned out to be the next best thing. You know the stories as well as I do. And as Your Survival Guy, you should know by now I’m more interested in the return of assets rather than the return on said assets.
Investing. This isn’t a game. It’s hard to work to save and invest and to one day say, “Hey, I’ve got some assets to tend to,” like they’re your flock of sheep. Your Survival Guy is just fine hiding in my cave with a nightly fireside discussion about staying safe and keeping out of the fray.
I’m just fine letting others think they’re having all the fun. I’m busy prepping for the storm when the black swan comes swooping in.
Action Line 1: Join me in my cave. Come in from the storm. It’s quite cozy in here.
Action Line 2: You don’t need to be greedy in times like these. Tend to your lazy cash with these rates.
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