If you have even a passing interest in current events you’ll know that there has been the occasional snippet in the news in the last week or so about turmoil in markets. Many investors are freaking out, and that’s understandable. But let me try and help you with something approaching a rational response to all this. #meaningfulmoney #finance #crisisresponse πŸ”΄ – Click here to watch UK’s Economic Crisis 2022 – What Happens Next? (PensionCraft) πŸ”΄ – Click here to watch My thoughts on the UK “mini budget” (Damien Talks Money) πŸ”΄ – Click here to watch Stay Calm & Invest Smart – 7 Things You Need To Know If you want to learn more about personal finance, consider one of our in-depth courses, specific to the UK market and conditions: πŸ‘‰ MeaningfulAcademy – Financial Foundations: πŸ‘‰ MeaningfulAcademy – Build Wealth: πŸ‘‰ MeaningfulAcademy – Retirement Planning: 🏷️ Also, use PROMO Code “YOUTUBE” to save on any of the three courses. Chapters: 00:00 Welcome 00:28 Intro 01:00 Confrontation of Problem 01:50 Factors 03:06 Sentiment 04:32 Markets 05:45 How should we react? 07:18 Resolution πŸŽ₯ Budgeting: πŸŽ₯ Paying Off Debt: πŸŽ₯ Wealth Protection: πŸŽ₯ Investing: πŸŽ₯ Platforms, Pensions, ISAs: πŸŽ₯ Risk: πŸŽ₯ Retirement Investing: πŸŽ₯ Pension Retirement Options: πŸŽ₯ Estate Planning: πŸŽ₯ Money & Life: πŸ“™ The MeaningfulMoney Handbook: The MeaningfulMoney Community (Facebook): πŸ‘‰ πŸ‘‰ Life Insurance with LifeSearch: πŸ‘‰ Farewill – Discount off your Will: FOLLOW ME: βœ” Facebook: βœ” Twitter: βœ” Instagram: βœ” LinkedIn: βœ” Website & Podcast: ⚠️ IMPORTANT: Please be aware that MeaningfulMoney does NOT endorse or recommend ANY people or businesses claiming to be experts in crypto or other investments. We would never recommend you any investment strategies within the comments section. Please protect yourself against spam and misleading information from fake accounts and please do not share any private or sensitive information. πŸ“« Leave me a comment below – I read all of them and love hearing from you!

32 thoughts on “Market Crisis Response

    1. @MeaningfulMoney hi…thanks got what I looking for..I am actually from India and is looking for investing in SMP 500..but really don’t understand what’s going on in seems to be a good time to get into US market as pricess are very low and I see a opportunity..but still scared a bit..

  1. How about the excessive money printing & significantly over extensive negative balance sheet to GDP of governments due to the low cost of money borrowing over the last 20 years, my question is for how long can it continue to kick the can down the road and escape from the inevitable?

  2. I have finished my own investment career but I encourage my children to regard falls in the market as being like a sale at their local store. Long term inflation is a certainty and holding real assets always makes sense

  3. Good stuff Pete, taking a step back from your portfolio is always a great idea when things get a little bit crazy out there!!
    As we know this is a long game and what is happening right now will always go down in history as short term noise πŸ‘πŸ»

  4. My husband won a ‘Calming Influence in a Storm’ award at work and I think you should have one too Pete. Thank you for your consistency.

  5. Been enjoying your videos for a while now (really), I have a question which I think you answered in the video anyway..

    I have a DC pension (way off retirement) and have been pushing a lot more money into it lately, but have just moved it into the cash fund after seeing it lose value constantly. I thought this was the right thing to do to avoid losses at the moment, but it could be the completely wrong thing? (Obviously not going to leave it in the cash fund for years, just for short term). Am I missing out of potential later gains just by moving it around a lot?
    Any advice appreciated!

    1. Shifting to cash requires you to make two impossible decisions. One is when to come out, the other is when to go back in. Historically, markets often have their best days shortly after their worst days, so if you sell out to cash you miss out on the upside. If you have a long time to go before retirement, you will be far better served by staying the course. Trying to time the market, as much as it makes logical sense, will actually significantly reduce your total gain over time.

  6. “What exactly are you going to do to make any material difference to your portfolio right now?” Yes Pete! Incredible video this. Also I am green with envy at that home studio set up.

    1. Thanks on both counts, mate. The studio is the product of 12 years’ work building from a Flipcam to the current setup. But the kind words on the video mean a great deal coming from you πŸ™‚

    2. Precisely, If you decide to say add more to commodities right now well you selling low and buying high.

    1. @MeaningfulMoney Yes, but the platforms that the UK regulator allows us to use really limits our choices.
      Chinese and Hong Kong IPO’s are surging. I G dont list them.
      Webull would be nice, here

  7. Ask you financial advisor how money is created prior to 2008 when the central banks stepped in with QE. If they didn’t know that banks create money when they make loans and the give you the fractional reserve theory (or intermediary theory), then change your advisor.

  8. The next couple of months ought to be great with crypto related investments and getting into a good passive income program is ideal

  9. Hey Pete, a superb video as always. Have you ever/would you consider creating a video about how you got to where you are today as a Financial planner? I’m 36 and looking for a new career, wondering if I should self study and start at the bottom as an IFA Administrator or try and get a trainee paraplanner position first?

  10. Very useful video. I am def in the camp of do nothing with what is invested. However interested to know if there are things that those with a lump sum to invest need to consider in light of this market, in particular the Β£ issues, as clearly doing nothing and staying uninvited simply leaves the amount open to the inflation. Thank you

  11. To be honest Pete all the news about the mini budget did make me look at my multi asset index portfolio, but I did not do anything about it even though it is down.

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