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December 04, 2006


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Except, of course, there is no one index. The best one can do is one index per major asset class, and ones asset classes should range wider than "stocks" and "bonds".

I gravitated towards index funds after reading "The Intelligent Investor". Although I'm investing a considerable percentage of my income, I have a lot to learn when it comes to evaluating and choosing investments appropriately.

I don't want to risk all my money in speculations so I'm sticking with index funds for now. Once I'm better versed at analyzing investments, I'll branch out on my own some, but till then I'll index away!

I've been doing some research on what to investment and so far I also am leaning toward anindex fund.

Even when you don't have the choice of an index, you should choose the one most like one by selecting for the lowest fees and turnover.

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