In noisy and turbulent times it is often wise to take a step back and recalibrate, look around beyond one particular market or country and get a sense of how the global picture is unfolding along geopolitical and economic currents. The manuscripts of finance (failure) aka Bloomberg, CNBC and the Financial Times offer investors a malasie of information overload that is achieved through sensational reporting and short term clickbait. Stripping down finance to the core data is where any savvy investor should start, not by flicking on the TV or going on a financial news site; they offer little actionable information and report that which has happened in the past.
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