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How the #Feds, #Forex, and #Bitcoin affect #CryptoWinter 🤯 📌The US See more
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Added Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF to long-term portfolio
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Invested in Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF
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🤷🏾‍♂️Why #Real-Estate 🏘 The answer is simple: ⚜️Superior total returns vs. stocks & bonds ♻️Steady cash flow due to long-term leasesSee more
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The last few sessions are exactly why DIVERSIFICATION MATTERS! In a marketplace where everything appears to be blinking red, you have to look to international holdings, commodities, cryptocurrency, and the possibility of adding bonds as yields start to raise. Not a moment to panick and sell out of positions if you're in it for the long run, a time to reflect on the gains throughout the years and fSee more
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Sold DogecoinInvested for 54 days
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#BondsSo the stock market has been no fun to start the year. I'm glad that I chose to shift my money towards Series I Bonds to end 2021. I wasn't sure when I would add to my position in I-bonds for 2022, but with stocks seemingly in constant free fall I am reluctant to add more money to the stock market in my taxable account. I'm still dollar cost averaging into a Vanguard Target Date 2050 fund wiSee more
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Stock and Crypto — they have both been a bit — interesting lately. Some other pockets have been interesting, too! Let’s unpack why: For Both (stocks and crypto): - Feds are starting to pull back the bandaid from the last 18 months. They are working through reducing the balance sheets on the cursp of tapering. Which they expect to be the start of multiple interest rate increases over next coupleSee more
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#My5XYZ #Bonds I get all my exposure to bonds via my Vanguard Target Date 2050 fund in my Employer 401k. I'm planning on hopping on Treasury Direct and purchasing some I bonds this weekend before the end of the year so I can get that extra 1 year of credit. How do you get your exposure to bonds? What percentage do you aim for in your portfolio? Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RsprthR7NU
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🗓 #portfolioupdate 🍾Pop Quiz 🍾 how many times does the does Federal Open Market Committee meet? 🤔 #6monthporfolioupdate portfolio update: $RKT- is an online mortgage service (once upon a time was Quicken Loans)See more
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