Hi everyone, and welcome to Finance and Fury.

Today won’t be a full episode, unfortunately, I am a little unwell.

I am providing a bit of an overview of what the next few episodes will be about. When making investments, it’s all about considering what will be the best thing for you now and into the future. So, I will spend a few Monday episodes breaking down what investments you should actually be looking at to make now, for this year.

I’ll be breaking down all the investments and options for 2019. We will be looking at shares, property, yourself (through education), starting your own business, and reducing debt.

We will be looking at the 5 different options, and break them down in a lot of detail. We will start with shares and property, to see if they are a great investment, depending on your situation this year, what markets might do, what they are expected to do, what the long-term payoffs will be.

Then, there’ll be another episode to break down investing in yourself or other businesses. In a way, investing in yourself could be the best long-term investment return you ever get. Also, investing in your own little start-up business can be a great long-term return. And finally, covering an obvious one, reducing debt.

So, guys, I apologise for the lack of a full episode today. I just wanted to release this to let you know there will be a full episode again from next Monday, and what it’s going to cover.

But in the meantime, if anyone has any investment topics they’d like me to cover as part of the series, please let me know over at financeandfury.com over on the contact page. Then, I can include it in the series as well.

So until the next episode, enjoy the rest of your day.

 

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