Most sensible World investment portfolios will aim to have their largest allocation in US equities. At Money Unshackled we aim to have somewhere around 25-40% of our portfolios in US shares and there are very good reasons for this.
Having a position in US stocks is essential but far too often we come across UK investors who foolishly, in our opinion, snub the largest investment market in the World. These UK investors have an irrational bias towards UK stocks.
Much of the reporting from the UK media is only ever about the FTSE 100, and historically, accessing international markets like the US was more difficult and expensive.
But with American companies dominating our lives and technological advances bringing down the cost of trading US shares, this has all changed!
In this video we are going to tell you why you should be investing in the US stock market. Let’s check it out…
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