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tony gray
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The falling market..  Reply with quote  

The market has fallen has the the situation is not very good so how to be sure before investing in any retirement plan please give me some perfect tips to handle this out reply soon because I have to take a decision on this issue as soon as possible.
Post Thu Sep 05, 2013 4:09 pm
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Hello.

It is true that the market is falling and unfortunately there is no sign of recovery any time soon. Most people invest in real estate, stocks, mutual funds but again due to the fall in the market, these investment hardly appreciate in value, and some even end up losing most of what they have worked hard for during their working years.

To protect oneself from these loses, most people now include precious metals in their retirement plan. As the value of paper assets continue to go down, that of precious metals is on the increase and those who have included them in their retirement plan have seen up to double or triple of their investment within a year or two.

My advise is this; whatever retirement plan you decide to choose at the end be sure to include precious metals in your portfolio.

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I hope this helps.

Best of regards.
Post Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:58 pm
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so how to be sure before investing in any retirement plan


Sure of what?

If you are a young investor you should want the market to stay low so that you can buy extra shares with your monthly investing. The Dow is roughtly 15,000 now and it will probably be about 200,000 in 2043. So do you really care if it dips thru 10,000 on the way to 200,000? That is probably better tha if it shoots up to 20,000 and stays tere for a decade of more while you are accumulating becase you would be buying at high prices.
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^ Oldguy nailed it on the head
Post Fri Sep 06, 2013 5:50 am
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Although the market is at 15,000 my wife and I (still have 25 years left of investing) have been pouring money into the market every month, we believe that this will be a low number historically speaking and plan on making out big time in the end.

Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing. (Warren Buffet)
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Really a great thank to all the people that have replied on my post and really your replies were very helpful and really great .You gave me a correct perspective to think and take a decision that I have felt is giving me a great positive feed after I have taken all this in implication.So thank you my friends keep helping.
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