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The Only Hedge Against Inflation Ep #61

By November 24, 2021No Comments

Inflation is hitting 40 year highs and investors are aggressively jumping into the market to make up for what they’re losing. But is that the best approach? Other investors are keeping their powder dry by holding cash… but history has proven that holding cash is a losing proposition from the start. How can you hedge against inflation effectively? This episode is focused on answering that question, and not based on opinion, but on facts that have come to light through the course of history. Find out what your only real hedge against inflation is, on this episode.

You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in…

  • High inflation after a 40 year bull market… is this the new normal? [1:13]
  • Why stocks, equities, and dividends are the only hedge against inflation [4:26]
  • Diversification is the only way to succeed in long-term investing [8:19]
  • The Tipping Point: Proactively protecting yourself against bubbles popping [10:10]
  • Hidden Facts of Finance [19:29]

Inflation like we’ve not seen for 40 years, and bullish investors respond

After a season of all-time market highs we’re seeing inflation spike due to a number of factors. The response from investors is that everybody seems to be getting into the market, but is that wise? As Warren Buffet has been known to say, “Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful.” It could be time for investors to heed his advice. What is a good inflation hedge? Stocks, equities, and dividends, with statistics as proof that it’s the right approach. Listen to hear the facts.

This week on the tipping point: Proactively protect yourself against market bubbles

There’s only one thing in the stock market that doesn’t change: investor behavior. It’s always the case that people think they can correctly guess when stocks are going to continue to rise and when they are going to fall. That’s one of the main reasons why people become indignant any time you suggest that their favorite investment is a bubble. The insist they will get out before it crashes, but as far as we can tell, there’s still no reliable way to know when that is going to be. Everyone is afraid of missing out, so they ride those bubbles much longer than they should, fail to diversify and invest wisely, and lose a ton when the bubble pops. Boring investments are the way to go, because over time your portfolio will consistently grow when you keep your portfolio in solid, proven stocks.

This week’s hidden facts of finance

Rivian is one of the bright so-called stars in the electric vehicle industry and its market cap is an unbelievable $140 billion. It makes no sense.

Futures and options are proven ways to get burned for most investors.

The dollar compared to the S&P 500: the dollar has no leg to stand on.

Going to the mall is a thing again.

Listen to hear all the details on these topics.

Resources & People Mentioned

See if you qualify for a complimentary financial review from the Paynes

Connect With Ryan, Bob, and Chris

Subscribe to Payne Points of Wealth
On Apple Podcasts, On Google PodcastsOn Spotify

Inflation is hitting 40 year highs and investors are aggressively jumping into the market to make up for what they’re losing. But is that the best approach? Other investors are keeping their powder dry by holding cash… but history has proven that holding cash is a losing proposition from the start. How can you hedge against inflation effectively? This episode is focused on answering that question, and not based on opinion, but on facts that have come to light through the course of history. Find out what your only real hedge against inflation is, on this episode.

You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in…

  • High inflation after a 40 year bull market… is this the new normal? [1:13]
  • Why stocks, equities, and dividends are the only hedge against inflation [4:26]
  • Diversification is the only way to succeed in long-term investing [8:19]
  • The Tipping Point: Proactively protecting yourself against bubbles popping [10:10]
  • Hidden Facts of Finance [19:29]

Inflation like we’ve not seen for 40 years, and bullish investors respond

After a season of all-time market highs we’re seeing inflation spike due to a number of factors. The response from investors is that everybody seems to be getting into the market, but is that wise? As Warren Buffet has been known to say, “Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful.” It could be time for investors to heed his advice. What is a good inflation hedge? Stocks, equities, and dividends, with statistics as proof that it’s the right approach. Listen to hear the facts.

This week on the tipping point: Proactively protect yourself against market bubbles

There’s only one thing in the stock market that doesn’t change: investor behavior. It’s always the case that people think they can correctly guess when stocks are going to continue to rise and when they are going to fall. That’s one of the main reasons why people become indignant any time you suggest that their favorite investment is a bubble. The insist they will get out before it crashes, but as far as we can tell, there’s still no reliable way to know when that is going to be. Everyone is afraid of missing out, so they ride those bubbles much longer than they should, fail to diversify and invest wisely, and lose a ton when the bubble pops. Boring investments are the way to go, because over time your portfolio will consistently grow when you keep your portfolio in solid, proven stocks.

This week’s hidden facts of finance

Rivian is one of the bright so-called stars in the electric vehicle industry and its market cap is an unbelievable $140 billion. It makes no sense.

Futures and options are proven ways to get burned for most investors.

The dollar compared to the S&P 500: the dollar has no leg to stand on.

Going to the mall is a thing again.

Listen to hear all the details on these topics.

Resources & People Mentioned

See if you qualify for a complimentary financial review from the Paynes

Connect With Ryan, Bob, and Chris

Subscribe to Payne Points of Wealth
On Apple Podcasts, On Google PodcastsOn Spotify

Inflation is hitting 40 year highs and investors are aggressively jumping into the market to make up for what they’re losing. But is that the best approach? Other investors are keeping their powder dry by holding cash… but history has proven that holding cash is a losing proposition from the start. How can you hedge against inflation effectively? This episode is focused on answering that question, and not based on opinion, but on facts that have come to light through the course of history. Find out what your only real hedge against inflation is, on this episode.

You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in…

  • High inflation after a 40 year bull market… is this the new normal? [1:13]
  • Why stocks, equities, and dividends are the only hedge against inflation [4:26]
  • Diversification is the only way to succeed in long-term investing [8:19]
  • The Tipping Point: Proactively protecting yourself against bubbles popping [10:10]
  • Hidden Facts of Finance [19:29]

Inflation like we’ve not seen for 40 years, and bullish investors respond

After a season of all-time market highs we’re seeing inflation spike due to a number of factors. The response from investors is that everybody seems to be getting into the market, but is that wise? As Warren Buffet has been known to say, “Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful.” It could be time for investors to heed his advice. What is a good inflation hedge? Stocks, equities, and dividends, with statistics as proof that it’s the right approach. Listen to hear the facts.

This week on the tipping point: Proactively protect yourself against market bubbles

There’s only one thing in the stock market that doesn’t change: investor behavior. It’s always the case that people think they can correctly guess when stocks are going to continue to rise and when they are going to fall. That’s one of the main reasons why people become indignant any time you suggest that their favorite investment is a bubble. The insist they will get out before it crashes, but as far as we can tell, there’s still no reliable way to know when that is going to be. Everyone is afraid of missing out, so they ride those bubbles much longer than they should, fail to diversify and invest wisely, and lose a ton when the bubble pops. Boring investments are the way to go, because over time your portfolio will consistently grow when you keep your portfolio in solid, proven stocks.

This week’s hidden facts of finance

Rivian is one of the bright so-called stars in the electric vehicle industry and its market cap is an unbelievable $140 billion. It makes no sense.

Futures and options are proven ways to get burned for most investors.

The dollar compared to the S&P 500: the dollar has no leg to stand on.

Going to the mall is a thing again.

Listen to hear all the details on these topics.

Resources & People Mentioned

See if you qualify for a complimentary financial review from the Paynes

Connect With Ryan, Bob, and Chris

Subscribe to Payne Points of Wealth
On Apple Podcasts, On Google PodcastsOn Spotify

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