👉 The Investing Week Ahead: New S&P 500 Members

By Austin Hankwitz, Rate of Return by Austin Hankwitz, 2024-06-24

Welcome to your new week.

Before we dive in — let's talk through something that I always talk about on the Rich Habits podcast. It's super simple — that's loving up on some ETFs!

Whether it's examples like VGT, SPYI, QQQI, or VOO (below) — there's a reason why it can be great to build the base of a portfolio with ETFs.

They're cheap, liquid, have mass institutional adoption, have consistently-proven upside, and some of them (like SPYI and QQQI) can provide enhanced monthly income potential.

Thanks so much to the 10s of thousands of you that listen to Rich Habits each week. Below is a link to this morning's episode — which is all about to find an extra few thousand dollars per year in your budget to begin investing. This episode is especially helpful if you're someone who's living paycheck to paycheck.

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