There were a lot of trendy markets to invest in throughout the years. Some might have been great! Others also may have really hurt. There were even some very influential individuals that have been negatively impacted by getting caught up in the emotions of these bubbles in the market.
In this episode of the Let’s Talk Future Show, John McCann and Michael Clark discuss a few bubbles and who they had an effect on. Michael and John are always harping on keeping the emotions out of investing so be sure to tune in and hear what they have to say about these great bubbles that occurred. Also, you will not want to miss their guest speaker about the Pecha Kucha event that will be taking place in the Dr. Philips Center. As always, this show helps you to cut through the noise and nonsense you hear about money and gives you the tools you need to build wealth, invest for the future, and put a plan in place.
Quote of the day: “You can speak well if your tongue can deliver the message of your heart.” – John Ford
Need to find something from today’s show? We have you covered down to the minute!
- Quote of the day – 19 Min
- Market Bubbles: Emotional disasters – 20 Min
- Guest: Pecha Kucha – 21 Min
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