The U.S. Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by a total of 5 yards for two consecutive months. Although Taiwan only raised interest rates by a total of 1.5 yards in March and June, which was lower than market estimates, it has put pressure on mortgage borrowers. Not too small. The stock market and real estate are the preferred choices for many Taiwanese investment. This has also made everyone anxious and uneasy about whether to exit the market or enter the market in a crisis, and how to adjust the mortgage. Yawen is one of them.
As a single mother, Yawen has accumulated 4 million usable funds through her work. At the same time, she has a property worth more than 7 million in her name, and her children have already gone to college. The 45-year-old's biggest hope is to accumulate assets of 30 million in 20 years and use her passive income of about 1.5 million a year to retire. Just when whatsapp list Yawen was ready to take action, the epidemic and war brought about changes in the global market, and the mortgage loans that have recently expired will face additional pressure from rising interest rates, so Yawen did not know how to take the next step. And stand still.
Analyzing Yawen's current problems, although there is a lot of money at hand to invest, but the pressure of hesitant to move forward also makes her have to live on live broadcasts and part-time writing articles every day in addition to her regular job, in order to avoid it. Not making ends meet for the month. If you have the same urgent investment needs as Yawen, but you don't know what to do because of the current market uncertainty? Perhaps the following 3 tips for entering the market during a crisis are quite suitable for you. July 1st_(1) Photo Credit: VI College School of Value Investing Huang Shihao, general manager of Taiwan, suggested that Yawen make good use of the mortgage grace period to retain funds and look at the overall situation to diversify risks.