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Stock buying can be risky, even if you’re purchasing the stock of a reputable, established company. While market dips are fairly typical with any stock, most established companies can rebound nicely from any unexpected drop in the market.
So, what about penny stocks? Is there really an opportunity to make a lot of money on stocks that typically trade below $5 per share?
Many investors have heard the term “asset allocation” at one time or another. From the first time we sign up for a 401k plan at the office, all the way through the conversations we have with financial planners in retirement, we are bombarded with messages about the importance of proper asset allocation.
In many respects, people can be their own worst enemies in their quest for financial security. When you consider that our lives are nothing more than a culmination of the decisions we make each day, if we tend to make more bad decisions than good decisions, or worse, if we can’t make decisions at all, it’s should be no surprise when financial security remains elusive.
CEOs do it’ athletes do it; in fact, anyone who needs to be able to achieve a certain level of performance in order to achieve a specific goal constantly assesses where they are in relation to where they want to be. This is to ensure that available resources are being utilized optimally at all time.