Episode 28: Don’t Use Short-Term Information to Make Long-Term Decisions

Scores of data tell us that throughout recessions, geopolitical situations or natural disasters that had happened from time to time, the stock markets always rise in the long run.

In this episode, I will explain the main driver of long-term stock market returns and why yield curve inversion is not a very reliable tool for predicting stock market crashes.

Important note: Use low-cost instruments to execute your investment strategy and stay invested for the long haul. Do not change your long-term investment strategy because of occasional noises.

View the full list of podcast episodes published here.

The host, Christopher Tan, is Chief Executive Officer of Providend, Singapore’s first fee-only wealth advisory firm and author of the book “Money Wisdom: Simple Truths for Financial Wellness”.

Learn more about the book here.

Music courtesy of ItsWatR.

For more related resources, check out:
1. How Should Investors Respond to Trade Wars?
2. This Time Is Different but This Too Shall Pass
3. Should I Get Professional Wealth Advice?

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