Investor Prep.

9 minutes

Making all this even more pertinent now is that we are entering the most vulnerable time of the year in the stock market. Historically most Market Crashes occur between now and the end of the year. Combine this with the civil disruption we are seeing in many of our major cities, and you have the formula for disruption in your financial service providers service.

The good news here is there is a lot that we can do to protect ourselves.

The number one thing that every investor needs to do is establish a redundant system, and probably more than one.

Don't worry its simple common sense.

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