Here are 5 essential ideas about storing money versus investing and why the distinction matters:
- Storing is different than investing.•Storing means keeping money in an asset that guarantees it will be there when needed.
•Investing adds an element of risk compensated by higher expected returns.
- You need to do both, but the order in which you do them matters.By storing first:•You are taking control of your money.
•You can choose where that money goes.
- Choose your storage assets wisely.If you do, your money will be in an environment where it:•is guaranteed
•does multiple things at once
•is not volatile
•is there when you need it
- When you store money wisely:•You have options
•You can flex and pivot when required
•You have time to analyze investments
•You are prepared for opportunities when those without access to capital aren’t
- I’m not advocating storing all your money and never investing in other assets. Instead, build resilience by:•First, storing capital in a way that builds equity (capital preservation)
•Then leveraging that capital for opportunities (alternate financing)
- Storing money is different than investing; you need both
- You get to choose where to store your money
- Choose storage assets that provide alternative financing
- Store money first, then leverage it into opportunities
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