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The Investor's Advocate: Hibernation Nation

 

A Stubborn Pandemic, Rising Inflation and Customary First Quarter Conditions Makes This Winter Season Unwelcoming to Say The Least...and Opportunistic

 

With both Omicron variant cases and prices for just about everything else on the upswing, are you looking forward to a winter comprised of burrowing yourself and family in the home until safer, less inflationary conditions eventually arise? Well, what if I told you that this environment may actually be ideal for a particular type of growth that will get you out of the house and mingling throughout the entire winter, and assisting in the growth of your portfolio while doing so? Would you be interested in learning more about it?

If so, you should definitely read an essay entitled "A Financial Cure for The Post Holiday Blues"(https://www.howtoinvestblog.net/2016/11/a-financial-cure-for-post-holiday-blues.html). It's a post within Anthony Rhodes' popular How To Invest blog(www.howtoinvestblog.net). Mr. Rhodes is the owner of wealth management firm The Planning Perspective(www.theplanningperspective.com).

"This winter is providing us with a number of reasons to simply hunker down and hibernate until springtime." he began. "Whether they're health related or economical in nature, this season looks to be one in which isolation seems to be welcomed with open arms." he continued. "But opportunities also exist, for those hardy and careful enough to pursue them"

The post describes social scenarios which associates like-minded individuals together for mutually beneficial purposes. And Mr. Rhodes believes that this gathering may be the perfect antidote for a season which promises to cause many people to shun social interactions, altogether.

"Even through a seemingly abysmal winter, we can still lay the framework for a productive financial start of the year." he furthered. "By remaining focused on the positive aspects of our lives, and not yielding to the circumstances which surrounds us, we can collectively aid one another in getting through this difficult period." he continued. "And along the way, we can also plant seeds of growth which will definitely prove productive both later in the year and beyond." he closed.  

 

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