When Is The Right Time To Invest And How Often Should You Check Your Stocks?

   Today’s discussion centers on five key principles of financial stewardship. The hosts emphasize investing when funds are available, maintaining an emergency fund, living within one’s means, monitoring the market wisely based on personal emotional stability, and protecting one’s peace by understanding the impact of market information. These strategies guide responsible management of God’s resources.

  • Invest When Able: The best time to invest is when you have the money available, ensuring it’s not “lazy money” and is put to work wisely.

  • Emergency Fund: Maintain an emergency fund to avoid selling long-term investments for short-term needs, ensuring financial stability.

  • Living Within Means: Ensure you live within your means and have extra funds to invest, using economic data and asset allocation models for informed decisions.

  • Market Monitoring: Monitor the market based on your emotional and knowledge levels. Frequent checks are fine if you’re unaffected emotionally; otherwise, avoid it to maintain peace.

  • Protect Your Peace: Recognize the impact of market information on your peace. If monitoring markets increases anxiety, reduce or eliminate how often you check them to protect your well-being.

Become a wiser steward of your investments

A Financial Issues Partnership provides rich online tools and resources to give you financial wisdom, strategies, and tools to effectively self-manage your investment portfolio using Biblically-responsible principles.


Changing your plan may require you to select new sectors for certain stocks

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