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#111 – How To Survive A Bear Market

The year has gotten off to a rough start, leaving many nervous about what to do with their finances when markets are down, The Fed is raising rates, and inflation is through the roof. To help ease your mind, Wes reveals insights into surviving a bear market and covers what has worked in the market thus far in 2022 during this episode.

Listen as Wes analyzes recent consumer sentiment data from the University of Michigan, what areas of the market are working in 2022, and dives into value investing versus growth investing. Additionally, Wes talks about the negative wealth effect and how bear markets typically operate. He also covers the current standing of the market and reveals details regarding the Retire Sooner Podcast summer series.

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