…AVOID INVESTMENT FRAUD

Ask questions. Fraudsters are counting on you not to investigate before you invest. Fend them off by doing your own digging. It’s not enough to ask for more information or for references – fraudsters have no incentive to set you straight. Take the time to do your own independent research. >Continue Reading<☺

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ASSESSING YOUR RISK TOLERANCE

When it comes to investing, risk and reward go hand in hand. The phrase “no pain, no gain” – comes close to summing up the relationship between risk and reward. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise: all investments involve some degree of risk. If you plan to buy securities – such as stocksbondsmutual funds, or ETFs – it’s important that you understand that you could lose some or all of the money you invest. >Continue Reading<☺

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