Visiting my two M1 Finance portfolios and seeing how they have fared in the recent market turmoil.
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It’s sometimes hard to be a long term investor. The stock market moves up slowly but can drop quickly. The pain of loss has more impact than the elation of gain. Right now, we’re in a spot where a long term investor has had a great run. Those who entered the market after the crash of 2008 have seen great returns without any huge pauses. That’s why days when the market drops a few % feel so foreign and scary. However, the long term investor must be aware that things can and likely will get worse. It might not happen this week or this year but eventually, this bull run…
[This article about M1 Finance may contain affiliate links at no cost to you] I recently opened an M1 Finance account. I mentioned it in one of my portfolio updates but I think it’s time to talk about it in more detail because I’m enjoying what the platform offers. There’s a lot of new automated investing platforms like M1. These seem to be the rage these days as people search for an easy, cost effective way to invest. I’ve been on the verge of trying one of these but always stepped because because of one reason or another. As an investor, I had a list of things I wanted my…