The more headlines I read about the market’s demise due to interest rates and other equally stupid suggestions pointing to a market apocalypse, the more I want to buy into it. Markets don’t tend to fall when everyone thinks they will. It won’t be time to put your sneakers on until the papers start comparing the Nasdaq to sliced bread.
Introduction: Isn’t It Ironic… Let’s see if this sounds familiar: You go out and start working for yourself, you make more money for it, but now the UK’s mortgage lenders see you as a problem? There’s no justice, eh? In fact, it sometimes feels…
Orgies of negative headlines in pursuit of readership and viewer volumes to drive advertising revenues, are holding market opinion and helping to maintain these levels of investor discomfort. But beneath that awning of gloominess we shouldn’t be too quick to shelve a few considerations about that bad ol’ puddy tat called the stock market.
I’m not chasing some unwieldy entrepreneurial venture. This millionaire journey is one inch wide and five miles deep, and I’m going to concentrate on two things; compound interest, and fashion photographer David Bailey’s now infamous quote: “To get rich, you have to making money while you sleep.”