Bin Laden Escape Plans

May 7, 2011 by staff 

Bin Laden Escape PlanBin Laden Escape Plan, Or do not have much cash to survive for long in Pakistan, or Osama Bin Laden is the worst financial planner. When he was found Sunday night, still hot, with two bullets in him SEAL, had an escape plan that seemed like it was invented by a young child. Bin Laden had sewn into his clothing, $ 500 and two phone numbers. Other than that, was reportedly based on a kind of Underground Railroad for maniacs.

It is unlikely that you, as an investor, you always have to prepare for the day when Marines or Navy SEALS bust down the door and start shooting. It would however be prudent to have its own investment plan for the future, so you can read Benzing and react to what the markets are doing.

A few things to think about, if you are a beginning investor or a seasoned pro, including its asset allocation, diversification, and buy / sell strategy. Your age, investment objectives and financial resources and time all the factors in the way you want to play the market.

Asset allocation is essentially going to be a product of its time frame (a small investor can have more leeway to go after high-risk, higher yielding assets), financial responsibilities and their ability to absorb risks. Based on these variables, you want a little mix of stocks, bonds and ETFs, among other things. You may want to consider going to stay domestic or international. Do you take a gamble that China will continue to grow? Blow to emerging markets?

Diversification is a simple concept of not putting all your money into a fund, the actions of one, or a market. Spread your investment dollars around, and you spread the risk of losing all your money – whether by natural disasters, market crashes, or some other financial calamity, like a scam Madoff style.

The other thing to consider is how and when you go to buy and sell assets. Some investors, particularly those who have much time (and / or a Pro account Benzing) usually buy stocks when they dip a bit and then sell them on the highest points, only to repurchase shares when they fall over later. This strategy of time-the market, is more risky, but offers no additional profit margins for upgrading both investors. The other strategy is to buy and maintain, which regularly buy their investments regardless of price. If the price is low, you end up with more shares, if it goes up; you have fewer shares at a higher value. Over time, the two extremes, even to go out. Of course, I could only sew and 500 and some cell phone numbers of emergency in his jacket. Simply make a secure these numbers is your broker.

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