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S7, Episode 9 - How to Use Novelty in Your Investments
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Investing is a numbers game. The more informed you are, the better your chances of success. Nobody likes to lose. You'll always be better off if you go with your gut and then follow up on it with some research. That way you won't second-guess yourself every step of the way.
So, in this episode, Dave will tell you how can use novelty in your investment based on his personal experience and knowledge as a financial advisor.
In this Podcast, Dave discusses…
- How to still be in control even if you have a financial advisor?
- What is the benefit of doing something novelty?
- How being educated is a powerful thing for crypto and investments
- The journey of novelty about Dave’s land business
For all the show notes, and more, check out the podcast website at www.doctorfreedompodcast.com
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