Time flies as we again report on our DIY Portfolio progress. In a similar fashion, you can expect our next update in about 12 weeks.
You can have a look at previous portfolio updates here:
Lots of companies have to reform their entire business model in these changing times. Some still thrive and even found unforeseen ways to reduce their costs. Others, not so much. Maintaining some level of sales or surviving till things get back to the new normal may be the key for most.
Despite all uncertainties, a lot of positives may be coming out of this year’s turmoil. For one thing, we were kind of obliged to adopt environment friendly solutions like telecommuting. A sense of solidarity also greatly developed in several communities. Even more important for humanity’s sake, you know who will probably get kicked out.
The next big question for many worried investors is how will the markets react to all of this?
Once more, I’ll remind you that I am not an investment or tax professional of any kind. The intent of this blog is not to give specific investing advice. Before investing yourself, we suggest you do all necessary research and consult a licensed financial professional if need be.
Still Going Strong
Our answer is still somewhat the same: we don’t really know but don’t care that much.
What is important is that we remain confident our DIY Portfolio will fare well in the long haul, no matter all these short-term interrogations.