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4 Investment Strategies to Consider During a Crisis According to Entrepreneur Jack Skipp

Entrepreneur Jack Skipp shares valuable inputs to help plan your investments in unprecedented circumstances

The world of investing and generating wealth is a large and unpredictable one. To many, it may seem like an endless cesspool of questions and disappointments. But in the recent crisis, many have taken a step back and realized how liberating and fulfilling it can be to learn the art of investment. Here, entrepreneur and investment connoisseur Jack Skipp shares 4 noteworthy strategies for everyone.

1. Play the long haul

During a crisis, many rush to liquidate their funds and sell their stock. This, according to Skipp, is unnecessary and has no advantage whatsoever. Unless money is needed immediately, it is always better to let the recession pass before rethinking your investments. “In the short term, investing always looks risky and leaves you feeling unsure. My advice would be to allow the market fluctuations to boil down before selling any stocks or exiting the market,” says Skipp.

2. Refine your financial knowledge

“This is the time to really invest in yourself. Read about government policies, unconventional revenue streams, figure out the latest wealth trends- it will really improve how well you can handle future crises as well,” elucidates Skipp. Understanding the nuances of investments, stocks, bonds and returns will help even those just starting out better understand where and how to use their hard-earned money to ensure high return value.

3. Battling logic with emotions

It is imperative to see the arrows pointing downward and want to leave while you can, but Skipp suggests taking only the absolutely necessary steps that are backed by logical research. Being an emotional investor rarely ends well, so the best measure is to invest in industries largely immune to the recession. Cosmetics, alcohol manufacturers, funeral services, groceries and precious metals are all safe choices for investing, and it’s highly advisable to diversify across multiple market segments during such unpredictable times.

4. Predicting the future

Professionals study the market conditions for years and are still liable to make inaccurate projections. In times such as the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is best to leave such decisions to the trade analysts. “Understanding how to balance any risks with safety nets is not easy, and a foolproof, stress-free option is to rely on an expert to help you navigate through stormy times,” concludes Skipp.

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