Investing Mistakes to Avoid in Today’s Market | Phil Town

With all of the unpredictability that exists worldwide these days, let's discuss some mistakes you ought to prevent in today's market.

Download my checklist of what you ought to and need to refrain from doing when : The 10 Do's and Do n'ts of Successful . Click the link above to download!
00:00 – Introduction
01:10 – Avoid Panicking Over Market Concerns
03:57 – Download The 10 Do's and Do n'ts of Successful Investing
04:03 – Prevent Investing In Bonds
05:09 – Prevent Buying Business Without A Huge MOAT
06:20 – Avoid Markets That Are Inflating
07:18 – Concern: What Are You Doing To Prevent Issues In This ?


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  1. Im gonna start investing when I turn 18 (18.July). I started mit inform myself some weeks ago. Any beginner tips that helped you?

  2. What do you think about hedging your portfolio against the RUT2000 with a bear call spread during times like this? (With an account that is between 100k-250k)

  3. Always love seeing a video from you Phil! So much insight that retail investors most definitely need right now!

  4. Love the video man! All great ways to save money and be able to focus more on the things that actually add value to your life.I’m a dividend investor, my wife and I have invested in the s&p500, both through my TSP with the government and through fidelity in her 401-k. Cashed out 270k from the S&P and invested with a full service broker.. Until about 3years ago we were 100% in the s&p after over 30 years. I’m retiring at the end of the month at 59, while my wife will retire next year at 54. We currently have 6.7 million in out tex deferred savings.

  5. Hello Phill! My bank just asked me to refinance to pay my car and credit card debts but they will raise the interest from 4.5 to 5.7. If i refinance and make the mortgage to be paid in 15 years i can still easily make the payments. Do you recommend?

  6. I’ve missed your videos Phil! Absolutely, I have my watchlist and waiting patiently in cash for the global market bubble to burst. 👌🏻💪

    1. After I got screwed in the Tech bubble years ago I’ve been solely investing in real estate. But with the recent hyper home pricing I’ve liquidated a few things and have $1M in cash laying around idle. Would love to get your recommendations, I’m in search of something lucrative in the current crazy markets.

    2. @Lee Marty I have my funds well diversified by using trade signals from my investment advisor Karen Marie Emma a US registered CFA. Highly diversified>>portfolio, mind blowing earnings and little to no engagement at all on my part.

    3. @Donald Brain Interesting.. I’d love to start moderate and maybe advance to aggressive. Do you just give her your money or copy manually? I have a full time job.

    4. @Strickland Pilman You don’t give out funds here. My account only mirrors her trades in real time that’s the ideal for this system. Check her out and get in touch if you’d need help.

  7. Thanks to your seminar and the course that I took, I am pretty solid right now – I do have some tech stocks that could either soar or nose-dive, but they are not my biggest investments. Lastly, what I learned about options has been very helpful. By not getting greedy, observing my Stop-Loss, and following my plan, I hope to come out on top at the end of this, as I did after the March 2020 drop. Thank you for all you do!

  8. The FED has lost it and the sad fact is it’s pretty obvious we are headed for hyperinflation.i think stores better have tight security because when people can’t afford to feed their families, things might get ugly

    1. Might?…have you been grocery shopping lately? things are already ugly.the best bet for anyone with a brain is to get in on a massive income stream while you still can, doesn’t matter which one it is just get on it and stay committed .

  9. Hi Phill, thanks for the tips, I’ve recently completed your TIC 6 month course, and thanks to the knowledge I’ve gained through that course, I’m much more solid in my decision making, I’m currently sitting in cash right now with my eye on a few companies waiting to hit those MOS prices as I continue to practice my option strategy, Rule#1

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