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November 15, 2006


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An alternative theory says that you can safely invest the bulk of emergency savings into more aggressive investments once the amount is sufficiently high. If you have more than a year of savings it is advantageous to move it out of the money market account into stocks, for example. If this sounds risky, consider that a healthy portfolio nearly always has a few issues that could be liquidated as needed.

Naturally, this isn't blanket advice for every situation and exceptions abound.

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