We've all heard the saying, "don't put all your eggs in one basket." However, it is some of the most valuable investing advice you will ever hear.
Putting all of your money into one asset class, such as the stock and bond markets, or going all-in on the newest meme-coin, can significantly influence your net worth.
Sure, you could win a lot of money using Dogecoin. However, the crucial phrase is "win" because restricting your investing in this manner is a gamble. You might lose a lot of money or leave money on the table.
Instead, wealth managers promote portfolio diversification by dividing up your assets among a variety of investments to spread out your total risk and boost returns by combining higher-return investments with your stocks and bonds.
This method can assist you in taking advantage of good times without losing your shirt in the case of a quick market downturn or a long-term economic event such as a recession.
This is when franchise investment might come in handy. Investing in franchises can help to stabilize your portfolio.
Anyone who follows financial advice is constantly reminded of the necessity of diversity. But what does that look like in real-world terms?
Diversity is like a healthy diet for your finances. As with nutrition, some people's needs and goals are different, but we know that some basic concepts apply to everyone.
Wealth managers propose a balance of holdings other than stocks and bonds, such as real estate, venture capital funds, hedge funds, and franchising.
Franchise investments can provide you with a healthy, stable portfolio.
If you are ready to balance your investments, please schedule a brief call with me.