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The Chill Games for the Olympics are appearance up soon and many will want to go to see the giant slalom event. That's the one where the skier starts off from the diminutive hut at the top of a long slope, picks up speed and makes his way about poles on the way down. Each turn about a pole is hazardous and some fall on the way down and are wiped out.

Kinda reminds me of the existing stock market. First off gradually down from the wellbeing of the top and as it befit steeper it picks up speed. Each turn on the way down looks like a place to rally, but before long thereafter it heads down again at even senior speed. And many are wiped out - financially.

If you are not an practiced you must not be on the course. If you are a beginner you advance head for the "bunny" classes where you won't get hurt. Safer, not as thrilling, but you will get to the foot all in one piece. The "bunny" choice in the retirement race is all in CDs and T-Bills; however, the whole lot is guaranteed. It takes a long time to get there and you won't win any gold. You will have some silver.

Many have tried the steep contest economic avenue and been wiped so they hired an coach such as a agent or monetary planner. It is awkward that most of these instructors cannot make it to the gold at the foot of the hill. How do you make it all right to the foot with all your cash and yet do beat than the CD people?

The next safest place is in no-load mutual funds, but there is a catch. You have to appraisal your mutual funds every month. And what do I mean by that? Review? You must keep by hand from being wiped out on one of those steep downturns by promotion any fund that goes below its earlier 3-month price level. It is exceedingly that simple. If your fund went from $40 to $90 and was then trading at $80 with the prior 3-month low of $70 you would sell it as soon as it bunged below $70.

This is as clean as it gets, but it means YOU must DO amazing and not sit there and watch your money dissolve like the melting snow.

The clandestine of sensation in the stock promote is selling. Learn to care for your profits and also care for physically from losses when you buy. It's your money.

Al Thomas' book, "If It Doesn't Go Up, Don't Buy It!" has helped thousands of associates make money and keep their profits with his down-to-earth 2-step method. Read the first interval at http://www. mutualfundmagic. com and detect why he's the man that Wall Street does not want you to know.

Copyright 2005


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