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What’s Audrey Hepburn’s “Little Black Dress” Got To Do With Your Investments?

November 3, 2016 - 0 comments

“Hey, Nancy. What’s a smart investment strategy?”

That’s a great question with which to kick off my “No Dumb Questions” series on money management. The answer begins with this fundamental truth: Investing is simple, but it’s not easy.


Even if you’ve heard that expression before, you may have wondered what it really means to you and your money.

Similar to Audrey Hepburn’s iconic little black dress from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” a smart investment strategy doesn’t have to be complicated or filled with frills. Instead, it should be practically designed and timelessly tailored to help you remain poised and prepared, even when the going gets rough.

In today’s video, I’ll describe three essentials that, while deceptively simple, contain nearly everything you need to know about structuring your investments so that you’re playing with rather than against the market and its expected returns. That’s a smart strategy indeed.

Give it a listen. If you like what you hear, subscribe to my YouTube channel to stay in the “No Dumb Questions” loop. And please send me your own financial questions so we can all become smarter together!

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