How to double your stimulus check by investing it with these top 3 investments
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Today we’re discussing how we’re going to try to DOUBLE your stimulus check by investing it with these 3 Investment ideas.
A lot of people want to know how to invest, what’s the best asset class? Is it stocks ? Which kind of stocks? Dividend stocks or something else? Is it perhaps real estate with its ability to borrow cheap money and leverage it during low interest rate periods? Or is it something else? Today I want to share my how to invest for beginners by showing how I’m investing during a recession.
Normally I use WeBull, Robinhood, and M1 Finance as my primary brokers, but today I wanted to show you another investment of mine that I think will outperform all of these by far. At the very least, it’s a good hedge as an insurance policy against our current recession. Will the stock market recover? Or will we see lower lows?
I’ve tried watching and reading millionaires, billionaires, and real estate moguls for dozens of hours, and I wasn’t able to find any actionable advice. So I came up with what I thought was the best strategy going forward, not just for passive income and defensive stocks, but also an asset class that may be the future of the financial market.
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