Personal finance tips for investing when the markets are upside down

This is Bruce Whitfield Warren Ingram, Financial Planner and CEO of Galileo Capital.

  • Volatile markets are causing investors to reconsider their financial decisions
  • Rising costs and the ongoing war in Ukraine add to the uncertainty in the markets.

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The volatility of the markets will make you feel rich one day, but in the blink of an eye stock prices will drop, leaving you in desperate need of a Plan B to safeguard your investments.

So what do you need to do to make sure you can safely invest in an upside down market?

Warren Ingram, financial planner and CEO of Galileo Capital says you can still benefit financially during these volatile times.

Don’t make big sweeping decisions when you own quality assets… Opportunities to own quality assets, and especially to buy quality assets at a good price, don’t come when things are going well.

Warren Ingram, financial planner and CEO of Galileo Capital

The best opportunities are when problems land in your lap, and that’s where we are right now, so it’s not the time to run away.

Warren Ingram, financial planner and CEO of Galileo Capital

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If you’re trying to grow your investments in the future, then these kinds of moments where everything goes up and down all the time… that’s the moment where I should be saying that this is normal and an integral part of being in the markets

Warren Ingram, financial planner and CEO of Galileo Capital

Inflation is a concern that investors have had for many decades. It’s something we get used to and will adapt to… and sitting on cash will be a terrible idea over time.

Warren Ingram, financial planner and CEO of Galileo Capital

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