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July 05, 2007


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The key is "over the long period." Don't play with your rent money if you can't afford to lose. Also, stick it to a Vanguard's retirement fund is the best bet if you don't know what to pick.

Other keys to follow:

If it looks like it is too good to be true, it most likey is

buy low & sell high

1. Stocks, real estate, commodities and cash
2. No mutual funds (wait till your all star manager leaves your fund) - only Exchange Traded Funds
3. Zecco has zero commissions
4. Taxes are never a major consideration (because tax laws can and do change over time and I can't predict the future)
5. My system automatically tells me when to buy low, and when to sell high. When the market corrects, I'll be in cash paying 4.3% and waiting for the next buy signal

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