There’s an old investing saying: “Fortunes are made in bear markets and collected in a bull market”. In this episode, Josh and Jay discuss the difference between bear markets and bull markets, and why that matters to investors. The guys also discuss the impact of emotion on the market, particularly in the short run, and why that could potentially work in the favor of investors that look at fundamentals. What role does your investing strategy play into how you feel about current stock market conditions? Tune into this episode, then jump back to Ep 55 where we discuss how a investor’s holdings and strategies may be affecting their emotions disproportionately, especially if they had pursued a “Fear of Missing Out” investing strategy.
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