Natalie Pace is the co-creator of the Earth Gratitude project and the author of the Amazon bestsellers The Power of 8 Billion: It's Up to Us, The ABCs of Money (5th edition) and more. She has been ranked as a number one stock picker above over 835 A-list pundits by independent tracking agency, TipsTraders. Ms. Pace's easy-as-a-pie-chart nest egg strategies are enthusiastically recommended by Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary S. Becker, former TD AMERITRADE chairman and CEO Joe Moglia, and over 120,000 people who have transformed their lives and relationship with investing and money as a result of attending her retreats and reading her books.
The price of 21st Century recessions can be devastating. The Dot Com Recession saw the NASDAQ Composite Index sink by 78% and take 15 years to recover. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank by 55% in the Great Recession. Hoping to earn back losses in the bull market doesn't work well on today's Wall Street Rollercoaster, particularly the closer we get to retirement. Fortunately, a time-proven, 21st Century strategy that earns gains in recessions and outperforms the bull markets in between is easy as a pie-chart (and is enthusiastically recommended by Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary S. Becker).
Long-term government bonds lost more than the S&P500. Real estate is under attack by the Feds. The Crypto winter hasn't ended. Join Natalie Pace as she discusses a way to manage the Crypto winter and other hedges, like precious metals; alternative investments that don't show up on the radar of other platforms; and why safe, income-producing hard assets, like real estate, could start becoming attractive if prices continue to weaken (and why that might be the case).
However, bond funds and high-yield remain perilous to our fiscal health. What are the rules for fixed income in a stagflation world of rising interest rates? Are there opportunities abroad, and if so, where?
ETFs offer targeted focus, allowing investors to add stability, resilience, hedges, and heat to their investing plan. Learn which ETFs we're overweighting in anticipation of the economic storms on the horizon, which countries and industries to underweight, and which funds promise high returns and hedging that might end up running off with your money instead of offering any gain.