5 funds for your 401k in 2013
These mutual funds are leaders in their asset classes and are solid choices for IRAs as well. If you can't buy exactly these funds, you may want to look for similar ones.
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Recommend stocks, or mutuals that are in companies that invest in India, China, Germany, Sinapore. Choose a country that has countries putting in capital investments. I also recommend you keep half your money off shore. You won't find anyone in Europe with 100 million or more in their countrys. Now that our congress has bankruped the U.S. (if you can't do the math and agree with us then your a loser so not read any further) you need to pick countries with a stable currency. It will take some time. I choose singapore but you need to do the home work and choose your path.
I have issue with the international funds. Doesn't it seem un-American to invest in companies in other countries that are contributing to the down fall of our own economy? Why should American investors support the movement of more of our jobs overseas as these companies grow?
Think twice before you look for fruitful investment opportunities. Remember - "Greed is the root of all evil"!
Why is there an expense? They have my money, and I take the inflation loss while they have my money, they invest my money and make money on my money--can it be more clear?
The last 12 years DJ is almost the same ERGO no increase in value on average, never mind what I could buy for 100,000 in 2000 compared to today(inflation, both real and calculated), in just about everything except houses.
Good lord are you fiscally ignorant, brutisbear. If you want to protect against inflation, stocks and metals are the best places to be.
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