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Staying on top of the markets, economics and the global issues that affect your money takes a lot of time and effort. We distill it down to a quick 5 minute read to help you make better money decisions.

No One Watches Cable AnymoreMore and more people are cutting the cord. 5.8 million people cancelled their cable last year, which is over 1 million more than the previous year. Is anyone surprised? Of course not. Everyone is too busy binging their favorite shows on Netflix.

Easy Money HacksBehavioral economics deals with the emotional side of money and is an emerging field of study since so much of winning or losing with money is not analytics or logical, but emotional. In a new video I break down 4 things you can do to train your brain to be better with money. Watch it here.

What do financial advisors think of crypto?According to a survey by Bitwise/VettaFi Financial Advisors, who control half the the wealth in the U.S. view crypto as favorable in the long-term, despite short-term volatility. Investors and their clients continue to invest in it and do it mostly individually, rather than through an investment advisor. Here's a summary of what they found (from Bankless):

  • Crypto allocation held steady, despite market volatility and other barriers

  • Once you invest, you tend to stay investing (or invest more)

  • Client interest remains strong

  • Clients are investing in crypto on their own

  • Short-term bearish, long-term bullish

  • Regulatory uncertainty and volatility are top concerns

Be a Better Investor

"Rule number one: never lose money. Rule number two: never forget rule number one."

- Warren Buffett

What is Value and Growth Investing?Value and growth investing are two different approaches to investing in stocks, and they reflect different investment styles and objectives. The main difference between value and growth investing is in the types of stocks they focus on.

Value investing is a strategy that involves finding undervalued stocks and buying them at a discount to their intrinsic value. Value investors, like Warren Buffet, believe that the market sometimes misprices stocks and that these mispricings can be exploited to generate superior returns. Value investors typically look for stocks with low price-to-earnings ratios, low price-to-book ratios, and high dividend yields.

Growth investing, on the other hand, is a strategy that involves investing in companies that are expected to grow at a faster pace than the market. Tech stocks are a good example. Growth investors are looking for companies that are reinvesting their earnings back into the business to fuel growth, rather than paying dividends. Growth investors typically focus on stocks with high price-to-earnings ratios and high earnings growth rates.

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