“It’s never too late to retire early”

12 Mar 2021 | Frugal living tips you can implement today


The Never Too Late Investor

“It’s never too late to retire early”

Is it wise to invest when the stock market crashes?

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A market crash isn’t necessarily a good thing, and most investors aren’t looking forward to seeing their portfolios plummet in value. However, there’s a bright side to investing during market downturns: The market is on sale.

When the market crashes, stock prices fall, and you can load up on quality investments for a discount. If you’ve had your eye on a particular stock but couldn’t afford the current share price, buying it during a market downturn when its price is lower could be a smart move.

The key to investing during a downturn is to make sure you’re putting your money behind stable investments. Don’t buy stocks simply because they’re cheap. Instead, buy quality stocks that are going through a rough patch. These investments are more likely to recover from a market crash.

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During the two years that followed the 2008 crisis, America went through the worst recession since the Great Depression. 

And throughout that same two-year timeframe when most Americans struggled to regain their footing, trading expert Andrew Keene found a unique way to make millions… 

But how? 

It was when he began to look closely at a company’s stock price data that he discovered an obscure 18-digit “code.” (clicking will opt you in to Profit Pregame’s free daily e-letter – Privacy Policy

This “code” let him see when the hedge funds and investment banks were making incredibly lucrative trades. 

Trades that wouldn’t make sense to the everyday American simply because the company wasn’t in the news. 

And at that moment, he wondered if he could continuously tag along with these mysterious trades – taking a slice of the profits along the way.
So he tested it out…
And it worked better than he could have ever dreamed.
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Should you invest in crypto stocks right now?

Although crypto stocks have the potential to make investors a lot of money, they also carry a significant amount of risk. Before you take the plunge, here’s what you need to know.

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Gordon Fox is the editor of investinglate.com and writes about Investments, Savings, and how to make the most of your money