How bad could the economy – and personal realities – get in the current Covid-19 crisis? What should you be doing with your money right now? Is it appropriate to try and time the market? What’s the smartest way to invest in a bear market? What lessons can be taken from steady market times and applied to volatile market times? Can an average investor survive in volatile markets or is it best to leave it to professionals? What is a minimal investing approach and how could that work for an investor? What’s the difference between investing and speculating? Jordan Goodman, the host of The Money Answers Show, talks with Adam Fortuna about investing in the time of Coronavirus, financial minimalism, financial independence, and Adam’s work helping beginner investors make sense of money.
Bio: Adam Fortuna blogs at minafi.com (pronounced min-a-fy) helping millennials invest to reach financial independence sooner than they ever thought possible. After years teaching millions of people how to code during his career, Adam now spends his retirement helping beginner-investors navigate the confusing financial waters and make informed decisions about their futures. Adam lives in Salt Lake City, Utah and spends most his days hiking, programming and listening to more audiobooks than is probably healthy.