What type of investor are you?
For most people, 2022 has been a perfect storm of high inflation, aggressive rate hikes, volatile markets, worries of recession… and just about everything else that makes investors run for the hills. This week on Edelman Financial Engines’ Everyday Wealth™, Soledad, Jean and wealth planner Andy Smith will put the markets into context, and – hopefully – provide a bit of perspective about what we’re experiencing right now in the economy. Later in the episode, the hosts discuss two types of investors – those who chase returns and those who work toward a clear set of goals, and why one typically leads to better outcomes. They’ll also explore what to do at different stages and phases of life to help protect your wealth.
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