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Investing in chaotic times

Mar 19, 2022 | VIDEO PODCAST | 0 comments

Take a look around the world and you would agree that the world is very different. It has changed. Natural and man-made disasters, COVID-19, and of course, war. The impact of war on the world’s economy is unprecedented as we see countries coming together to wage not just armed conflict but economic conflict as well.  For investors, like us, is investing in chaotic times advisable?

The Bible shares with us timeless wisdom in Ecclesiastes 11:2, “But divide your investments among many places, for you do not know what risks might lie ahead.”

 

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