Things To Do While You're Staying In(vested) | TVAMP

We’re reminding clients, “Cool heads will prevail!”

The global COVID-19 virus has created a difficult situation for all of us. In addition to the tragic human toll, containment efforts and uncertainty have caused significant economic disruption globally and driven stocks into a bear market for the first time in more than a decade. We will get through this, but it remains tough to see the other side from where we sit today.

Over the short-term, we will most likely experience more volatility, but we follow statistics that show us what has happened over the long term: US markets always recover.

While you’re staying in, here are some things we suggest:

Our team came up with some ideas/recommendations to help you pass the time and keep your stress level low.

  • Pray
  • Exercise
  • Eat well: Watch your sugar intake and meal prep to reduce trips to the grocery store
  • Simplify
  • Turn off the TV or at least limit news exposure. The media tends to sensationalize things, which can make situations feel worse than they really are.
  • Read a good book
  • Call a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while
  • Check on the elderly
  • Make a list of everything you have be thankful for (physically write it out)
  • Write an encouraging letter and mail it to someone you love
  • Keep a journal – it may be interesting to look back on!
  • Tackle the household chores you’ve been putting off
  • Indoor plant upkeep
  • Keep your spending in control
  • Watch a good movie

Thank you to all the brave men & women who continue their essential jobs in challenging times. 

If you’re having difficulty staying the course in this market, feel free to give us a call or send us an email to discuss your situation.

(865) 226-9982

connect@tvamp.com

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Live Invested,

Your TVAMP Team

 

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