Money doesn’t just disappear; it moves somewhere else, usually into someone else’s pocket. Today Garret Gunderson talks about where most of the market returns come from.
You may have heard the term “fear index” while following the markets. Especially when the markets go down, this term is thrown around by the media. But what exactly does it mean? And more importantly, what does it mean for your portfolio?
Earlier this week, you read about several technologies essential to any entrepreneur. Now with lots of you hunkered down in quarantine, it’s essential to know what’s out there. Ray Blanco from Seven Figure Publishing has worked remotely for nearly a decade. And has several technologies to keep you productive in a home environment.
If you’re like most people, your phone is filled with apps. You likely have Lyft and Uber, your most frequented airlines, Yelp and top sources for news and market updates. Beyond the expected, there are some other apps that should be considered. These amazing and well-designed tools will help you to be more efficient and organized on the go:
It’s been a wild ride on Wall Street, to put it mildly. We’ve had to bid a tearful goodbye to the longest bull market in history, and the events of the last week have left many of us reeling. What exactly happened, and what should you do about it?
John Mackey founded Whole Foods with the mission to nourish people and the planet — while setting the standard of excellence for food retailers. Today, he sits down with The Motley Fool’s Tom Gardner to discuss Conscious Capitalism. And the four tenets that shaped Whole Foods and made it what it is today.
Our guest Garrett Gunderson knows all about the markets and how to turn a profit even during a recession or any other economic downturn. Where you put your money is key. And if you’re putting your money in the wrong places, you’re going to face hard times with guaranteed difficulty. Today, Garrett has seven ways you can actually make money during an economic downturn.