The instantaneous high life existence is the Millennial wet dream. The problem is that life- market- and relationship-hacking can yield some rather unwieldy results.
Long-term investors have now been dealt the equivalent of three kings in the latest shuffle: there’s bond fund buying, equity fund selling and the accumulation of cash balances – in the US alone there’s over $8 trillion sitting in bank accounts. And the market mindset is bearish.
Challenging your product/service for market fit is not enough. You need to, from its inception, interrogate how that product will birth other products / services once it has been accepted by the market and gained a foothold.
Focus your energy on an investment strategy that can deliver your own financial objectives. And then behave as the market does: Pay the media noise no mind, or you could end up paying dearly for listening.