Investing in a time of crisis: 8 steps to build a diversified portfolio

A good number of people miss out on the wealth-building benefits of investing because of the associated risks. To them, investing is like staking their hard-earned money in a game of blackjack.

The current economic downturn only seems to prove them right. Equity markets around the world are nosediving, leaving investors scrambling for fast liquidity and safe-havens for their hard-earned cash.

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April 2020 EstateGuru Investor Survey results

At EstateGuru we place a very high value in investor satisfaction and believe it is vitally important to gather regular investor feedback.

Part of this strategy is to conduct frequent investor surveys to gather the opinions and feedback of our 48000+ investors.

If you are not taking part in these surveys we urge you to do so in future, as it allows you to have a real say in how we run EstateGuru and helps us determine a development plan that serves the needs of investors.

Our most recent survey was conducted in April and delivered some very interesting results. Here we share some of them.

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EstateGuru employee investment journey – Part 7: Antti Undrits

Hi! My name is Antti and I am an investor.

I will not dwell long on the introductions. I’ll admit freely: I am religious. Not in the common sense of the word though. I believe in real estate. My investment portfolio consists of 100% real estate and I can say with conviction that I am a firm believer in the power of property. 

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EstateGuru employee investment journey – Part 6: Mihkel Stamm

My investment history goes back to age 8. I started with a savings product. My parents were giving me weekly money for school. I didn’t use it all and once I had saved around €1 (in current currency), I was able to buy a toy I really wanted. Back then what seems like a small amount now took me months to save. So I got a taste for fulfilling my goals by putting something aside and I learned my first lesson – pay yourself first.

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EstateGuru employee investment journey – Part 5: Pavel Artamonov

Hi! I’m Pavel and I’m an investor!

It took me a long time to finally make up my mind and start investing. There were always excuses. I didn’t have enough knowledge, it was too dangerous, I had unstable earnings, I would start from the next month/year, etc. I think many of you may recognize yourselves in my indecision. If not, I’m happy for you, you have reached the level of Zen in self-discipline, or you simply didn’t notice it for yourself.

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