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Mutual fund investor have a look at ETFs

Mutual Fund Investor Look At ETFs

Mutual fund investor look at ETFs. Any financial advisor that puts your capital into a mutual fund has turned the tables on you. Your capital now works for them! At no risk! If your financial advisor puts you into mutual funds, your account needs review . Your capital delivers a no risk and constant return…to them! What about you? You, however, get the leftovers. Market movement up or down does not matter to their return. They get their return, every year. From you. No matter what the market does, each year they take a nice slice of your account. You put up the capital, take the risk, but get only the leftovers. Should it be the other way around? Should they be working for you?

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Retirement saving dangers

Retirement saving dangers

Retirement saving dangers. Retirement saving dangers lurk in the financial industry annual retirement savings campaigns. The great annual rite of investor shearing has begun. Once our New Year celebrations pass each year, the financial industry begins their annual bombardment of retirement savings ads. Financial marketing blasts at full volume to summon you to the shearing shed for your spring clip. The financial industry lust for your retirement savings seems to know no bounds.

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After printing a sea of yen, Japan will add to the market and economic stimulus by tapping a huge ocean of savings.

Yen for stimulus or trillions of reasons to consider Japan!

After printing a sea of yen, Japan will add to the market and economic stimulus by tapping a huge ocean of savings. Such historic changes make Japan a buy for investors because: 1 Japan has reversed a long standing policy and begun printing an ocean of stimulus money and 2 a new pending NISA program a government created investment program gives equities access to an ¥8 trillion ocean of private savings accounts.

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