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WealthPlan for 2023

I am not an advisor, so this is not investment advice. However, many of my regular listeners know I am passionate about building wealth. I haven't given up on crypto (Ethereum and Bitcoin will be amazing if they ever get used as they were designed to be used) - the FTX debacle is more of an issue with exchanges, not crypto. Sort of like hating the stock market, so giving up on stocks - which I also wouldn't do. So, I'm sticking with Stash.

Stash is a popular investment app that aims to make investing easy and accessible to beginners. The app offers a variety of investment options, including individual stocks, ETFs, and investment themes, and it provides educational resources to help users learn about investing. Users can also set up automatic investments and track their portfolio performance within the app. In general, the app has positive reviews from users, who appreciate its simplicity and ease of use. However, like any investment, there is always a risk involved. Stash's investment options are limited, and the app charges a monthly fee which could eat into your investment returns over time. Additionally, the app's educational resources may not be as comprehensive as those offered by other providers. It's always a good idea to research any investment options, including apps, before deciding. It's important to understand the fees and risks associated with any investment, as well as your personal financial goals and risk tolerance. This isn't investment advice, but I just don't see the stock market not rebounding - you just have to time your stock picks and be very patient. And of course, don't invest more than you can afford to lose.

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