My Investing Turmoil

My turmoil about investing can be synthesized in five feelings: trapped, angry, entangled, disconnected, and hopeful.

1. I feel trapped.

2. Angry at “Those” People

I think this is how most of us start.

3. Entangled. We are all Those People

4. Disconnected. What do we want from our investments?

What do we want to be part of?

5. Hopeful. Alternatives are Becoming More Accessible.

Will you join me?

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Felipe builds teams hungry for change. Founder @CPACoop - laying the foundation for a new economy, helping community institutions organize and level up.

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Felipe Witchger

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Felipe builds teams hungry for change. Founder @CPACoop - laying the foundation for a new economy, helping community institutions organize and level up.

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