How the S&P 500 Index Moves and How to Take Advantage of it!
In this episode, I’m going to walk you through a process I went through in the beginning of my career as a retirement planner. Let’s look at the entire history of the S&P 500 Index and see if we can find any clues on how it moves, what happens after loss years, how many loss years vs. gain years etc. There are some hidden gems for your financial planning decisions in looking at how the S&P 500 index moves.
Included in this episode:
- A look back at 54 years of the S&P 500 history
- Sometimes earning a lower % turns into a higher account value = more money for you
- Wisdom says: the market moves based on the emotions of human beings.. it’s not about what stocks are really worth it’s more about what people think they will be worth in the future
- Indexed strategies are the new bonds for many people and for conservatives can even be the new stock alternative
- Risk is optional!
- Would you rather make money, if against all odds the market trends up or make money on the market bouncing around whether it goes up, sideways, or down?
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“Charlie Jewett is an Author, Speaker, Podcast Host, Consumer Advocate, and Investment Advisor from San Diego, Ca. Charlie has spent the last eleven years trying to change the way the industry professionals and consumers think about Retirement. Charlie provides education materials that help people to create their own financial plans and offers services to protect consumers from the bad guys in the Financial Services Industry.”