Ken Moraif argues that "Buy and Hold" is a flawed strategy.
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Financial & Retirement Planning
Your retirement should be your second childhood without parental supervision.
You should enjoy yourself -- go play, travel, have fun! Stay out late!
To do that you must have a solid financial plan that you have confidence in. Have you ever seen change like we are experiencing now? Have you ever seen deficits like we are running? Markets so volatile? The future so insecure?
If you are concerned about your financial security, please sign up for Ken's next seminar. It's designed for those of you who are at the average retirement age, which is over the age of 50. You will also get to enjoy some of the now World Famous Oatmeal Raisin and Chocolate Chunk Cookies!
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THE 2007 NEWSLETTER WHERE KEN TOLD HIS CLIENTS TO GET OUT OF THE MARKET
November 26, 2007
From: Ken Moraif
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2007 4:35 PM
Subject: Market Alert: We are going defensive tomorrow
Well we have been flirting with our exit point for three months and it finally got there.Read more ...
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Where Do You Put Your Money When You Sell?
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MarketWatch: It's OK to underperform when you're retired
"As you may know, I believe retirees should buy, hold, and sell. Others sometime criticize this strategy. "If you sell at the wrong time," they say, "you could underperform." That's true. But I also believe that it's OK to underperform if you are retired or over 50." - Ken Moraif
Read Ken's full article here: http://www.marketwatch.com/ok-to-underperform-when-retired
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Why Do Governments Make Crazy Decisions?
Ever since the last recession, governments and central banks have made decisions that, frankly, I think are bad for our world economy. Central banks have kept zero percent interest rates for seven years in a row. Governments have amassed suicidal amounts of debt. And now, the Bank of Japan announced negative interest rates. The bank will actually charge interest to anyone depositing money. In my view, these choices are insane. Why do governments and institutions make these crazy decisions?Read more ...
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