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How to Write a Successful Money Script

(9/30/22) Thursday was a rotten-apple day in a tumultuous week for the markets; recapping Hurricane Ian damage. Financial storms for the Dollar & Bond Markets: All gains from the last 10-years have been eliminated. The 60/40 allocation is the most painful ever. Why the Treasury market gets no respect; if you have cash on hand, begin putting together a list of target stocks to buy when the timing is right. Moving from Cali to Texas; when Texan's visit Vermont. The importance of a Money Script; taking the Brad Klontz Money Script Test; Money Vigilance vs Money Avoidance.

2:50 - Recapping Hurricane Ian
14:02 - Dealing w Inflation with Bonds
17:02 - Housing Blues & Moving to Texas
30:01 - When Texan's Visit Vermont
34:10 - How We Write Our Money Scripts
39:58 - Money Vigilance vs Money Avoidance

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