Now, of course, if you haven’t guessed already, I’ve never been one to follow the path of ‘what you’re supposed to do.’
I suppose I did — at one point. I got straight A’s, I went to the best university in my state where I studied international law and human rights, with the goal of becoming a lawyer.
Now, as you can see — I’m no lawyer — and I can tell you, I’m so very grateful for that.
Lawyers can’t work from wherever they want with as little as a laptop and an internet connection. But I can…
You may have noticed I took last week off. It’s so rare that do that. Honestly, I love my work. I love the stock market. I love trading. And I got to hangout with my 86 year old grandmother, along with the majority of my family, who all live in Missouri.
Like Henry will say, “The market will always be there. It’s been here long before us, and it’ll be here long after us, as well.”
I didn’t take the entire week off though. I filmed a TV segment with Yahoo Finance on Tuesday, wrote an E-Letter, and was able to film a segment on Neil Cavuto’s, “Your World” (with Charles Payne filling in) on the July 4th special. But, like the rest of my job, I can pretty much complete my duties from most cities via the power of the internet and satellite studios!
Check out the July 4th special below:
During this segment we discussed how the stock market has been incredibly strong in the first half of 2019… but what’s up ahead?
Investors should have a couple pitfalls in mind, and understand that regardless of how strong the market is, it will pullback, like it always does. When that happens, the key is to identify high growth areas and jump on them — like those growing due to high consumer confidence and spending.
Where are areas of strength that I’m looking at, along with solid pullback areas? Find out above.