A well-constructed financial plan begins with a solid foundation for making informed financial decisions. Planning for the long-term might feel like a low priority for individuals in their 20’s or 30’s when retirement is decades away, but an earlier start greatly improves future outcomes.
The meme-stock mania of 2020 and 2021 proved that, while interesting, following the madness of the crowds is not a sound, long-term strategy. Rather than relying on social media outlets for hot investing tips, young investors should instead focus on fundamentals for laying a good foundation for a financial plan.
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