[Video] Embracing the Power of Uncertainty
It's no secret that we've been living in uncertain times for the past couple of years...
Between the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and supply chain-related uncertainty, there's been plenty to give the economy a few hiccups!
You’ll often hear financial professionals say that investors or markets “hate uncertainty.” And that can cause market drops and volatility, which of course, can impact our portfolios.
But just why do we humans generally hate uncertainty so much?
And how can we look past our initial reactions and embrace the power of uncertainty?
The truth is, there are several reasons why humans are simply wired to prefer predictability and certainty,1 but as uncertainty is always going to be a part of life, it is important that we learn how to ride out these rough patches with a minimum of stress and anxiety.
In the short video below, Ryan Fleming explains 3 secrets to embracing the power hiding inside uncertainty, so that we can be calmer, stronger, and more resilient human beings - both in our finances and elsewhere.
While our goal as financial professionals is always to help our clients remove some of the uncertainty from their financial lives and be better prepared for any market or economic condition, there are also things that we can all do as individuals to create a more resilient and flexible mindset so that we can better weather the inevitable storms of life.
Watch the video now for a few helpful tips:
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