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5 Steps To Pursue Financial Stability In A World Of Volatility

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5 Steps To Pursue Financial Stability In A World Of Volatility

How would you feel if you had the confidence that you would have financial stability, no matter what happened to the economy, the stock market, or real estate prices? Does it provide the peace of mind you might be looking for? Does it allow us to let go of our fears and live in the present moment, peacefully in the present moment? Let’s explore strategies that can guide us toward this excitement and help navigate the financially volatile world we live in.

Define what your financial stability is. We all have different income needs, cash needs, long-term financial needs and philanthropic desires. You may also want to serve others both while you are alive and after you are gone. The first step is to determine the dollar amount to allocate for each of your needs and desires. Financial stability also includes knowing your risk tolerance and your comfort level as an investor. Investing must match your risk tolerance in order for you to feel confident. These are all components of a solid financial plan, and it’s critical to consider each component when developing your plan. Define your current situation. All progress starts with numbers that accurately illustrate your current financial situation. Most of us avoid this because we either don’t know where to start or feel overwhelmed. We cannot initiate a program to pursue financial stability without taking the time to truly understand our current financial situation. In our opinion, we tend to underestimate or exaggerate our current situation. Once you face it and put it on paper, you can formulate specific actions to pursue financial stability. It is a power to have this knowledge and then develop and implement your plan. It may not happen overnight, but by working hard to execute your plan over a long period of time, you will make great progress in achieving the desired results. Stick to the facts. When problems or unexpected upheavals arise, stick to the facts and be cautious about opinions and assumptions, including your own. Market corrections are as persistent as seasonal changes. With inflation stubbornly high, geopolitical tensions and historically high natural gas prices, we could be in a bear market for a while. Worry, stress, and anxiety often arise when we devote our energy to things beyond our control. This is the opposite of what we want. Knowing the facts can reveal what’s going on and often alleviate worries. It allows us to look at things objectively, rather than emotionally or frantically, and then take appropriate action. Strive for inner peace. Financial stability is not just about money. It is also a state of mind. Peace of mind doesn’t mean you don’t react to external events the way we all do, but it does mean we don’t allow fear to take over and shake our confidence. You can stay calm in a storm when others are scared. The key to staying calm is to develop and stick to a financial plan that includes investments that match your risk tolerance. Everyone is different, and it is critical to develop a custom strategy that fits your specific situation. Having confidence in your plan can positively shape your outlook, knowing that it is designed to withstand periods of volatility. Become resourceful. It’s hard to go alone. Ask yourself the following questions: Who can I trust to collaborate or cooperate, what resources do I have when I feel worried and stressed, and who can help me see the situation differently. Often, an experienced financial advisor can help you think objectively, cut through the noise of social media and news, and guide you back to the things that matter to your unique financial plan. The more resources there are to help guide you, the more confident you will feel when questions and issues inevitably arise.

My wish for you is to challenge your doubts and fears and seek financial stability. Avoid making emotional financial decisions that are against your long-term best interests. Instead, make sure your financial plan is designed to withstand volatility, then stay true to it.

Securities and advisory services provided through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor. Member FINRA and SIPC.

Forbes, Financial Freedom Wealth Management Group and LPL Financial are separate entities.

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