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Can?t stand the heat - stocks-mutual-funds


It seems that every day I turn on the TV and find a Poker game. Texas No Limit seems to be all the rage these days. I love scrutiny it. When I chat about this with others, their answer is at all times the same, "You be supposed to play. " Ah, but what they don't know is I stay out of the kitchen. As far as risk to reward ratio. That's a chance I'm not disposed to take. I desire to invest my money. At times I chance in the stock market, but as long as I stay contained by my comfort zone (long term), I don't mind.

Tolerable risk must be the goal of every investor. Know your limits! Here are my big three don'ts:

  • Don't invest more than 30% of your collection in risky ventures;

  • Don't let your broker/advisor talk you into an investment;

  • Don't bet with money you're not ready to loose.

    Here's a poem I wrote about a real person.

    There once was a man from the North East Who brain wave he could tame the great beast Money in hand, he headed to Wall Boulevard A Bull marketplace it was, an IPO investment he couldn't beat The break of day bell rang and he happening to buy?

    Drug store, MP3, Martha Stewart, and Be Free, Flashnet, Redhat, Eloan, and Goldman Sachs, Foundry Networks, Agilent, NextCard, and JNI corp, Goto, PCOrder, Free Markets, and Intertrust technologies, Ivillages, Crucial Systems, Radware, and Women, Kana, The Street, Internet Initiative, and Insweb, WWE, TicketMaster, CitySearch, and Ziff Davis.

    He felt so good, like a young man and spry The days rolled along and the advertise did swell Up 80% by the close of the bell.

    It was over the next few days that authenticity hit home The stocks in progress to dive like the collapse of Rome A huge loss was incurred, sell the whole thing not including care Along with riding the bull you get tamed by the bear!

    This real man I'm communication of has class battle law suits adjacent to every one of these companies and the underwriters of the IPO. Here's a link to the law firm, Lovell Stewart Halebian LLP http://www. lshllp. com/homejump. ihtml?page=classaction. ihtml that happens to be on behalf of this man in all these cases. To this gentlemen I have 6 words?if you can't stand the heat.

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    Brian Weiss is owner worker of www. InvestmentRunner. com a domain explore engine with free investors software, apply sheets, investors dictionary, and economic weblog.

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