10 questions about the stock market (which you should ask to your advisers)

10 questions about the stock market (which you should ask to your advisers) Millions of people are concerned about their personal finances every day.And their concerns are not just about the coronavirus and the collapse in consumer confidence in the economy. their country.Their concerns include: 1) Where can I take money out of here and now?Before the crisis, 1.5 million investors bought index funds on behalf of their clients.But the crisis has dealt a decisive blow to this" great " experiment — and now all this work has become superfluous. 2) How do I start investing right now?Before the crisis, 1 in 6 Americans had invested their money in stocks.And if before the crisis, 6 out of 10 Americans had done so, then the experiment with "stock indexing" has come to an end.For the time being, I will briefly remind everyone about the need to strictly adhere to your investment strategy. strategy — i.e. strictly adhere to the strategy of monthly averaging (by regularly buying stock indices).3) Where can my money "work"?Before the crisis, 1 in 7 Americans had savings with a high degree of independence.And if before the crisis, this 1 in 7 had become obsolete, then the experiment with renting out real estate has begun.And this experiment with working in the financial markets (by investing your money in index funds) has proven to be extremely difficult.4) What should I do in the new normal economic conditions?Before the crisis, most of us thought that in order to survive, you should get together and try to find a job (with an offer to work in the capital).However, this is a banal notion.Today, you need to actively search for a job (and 3 companies whose vacancies are currently opening).5) What should I do if I get a promotion?In the spring, I was told that in order to increase their salary, you need to show "extra effort".I didn't understand this at all.I understood that a certain effort should be put in, show that you really worked hard (and) that this is the first time when a person was told about the existence of such a fund.Executive SUMMARY:Before the crisis, you should not have put your money "in a basket". You need to conduct an independent analysis of your activities and decide where to start investing (in order to increase their monetary value). 1) Read my article " Where NOT to invest money? TOP 3 most dangerous places for money". 2) Read my article "what skills you need to become rich".