Money Meets Medicine Podcast
MMM #40: Building an Investment Policy Statement
What You’ll Learn:
In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, “Building an Investment Policy Statement,” you’re going to learn:
- Why most people have this stuff all wrong.
- All of the important things you need to close in your statement.
- How to prepare for a volatile market.
- How the 80-20 strategy works and how it can change for your needs.
- And more!
Quotes to Remember:
“By having it on two separate documents, as you build out your financial plan inside your investments piece, you’re going to link to your investor policy statement.”
“Your investment policy statement is a full different document that breaks down really your investment philosophies, when you’re going to rebalance your asset allocations, all of that stuff. And that stuff does not change very frequently, if at all…”
“So you’re building inside not only your investment philosophies and how you’re going to do certain pieces of your investments, but also if you were to make changes, how would you approach those? And then here, I’d also detail out, understand markets are going to move, they’re going to be volatile, things are crazy in 2020.”
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Listener Question of the Week:
This week’s listener question is from Karen Leitner:
Is it a good idea to invest in real estate during the pandemic?
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