Investment Planning Proposal (Kathy).doc

You can choose between stocks bonds or mutual funds

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common investment and take the one that you like the most and learn about it. You can choose between stocks, bonds or mutual funds. But at the end of the day the best you can do is to have a variety of investment and don’t put all your money in the same basket. I always say if you can’t afford to lose it don’t risk it. The same thing applies to the investments and I think the best way to minimize the risk is to learn and get help from people or organizations that know what they are doing, get a mentor and explore the options on the investing world. Having an investment or retirement planning is important because there will be a time in life that you will not be able to perform like you do today and is good to have something extra to ensure that you will get the retirement that you dream off. Conclusion
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3 Putting a money on the side will be the first step to start your investing journey. Kathy after you got some initial investment look for options in the market, look what you are passion it with and invest on that. Do something that you like because that way is easier for you to learn about it and start investing on it will be more exiting. Like I mention previously I think the best is to get that money every month and put it on something that you like. That way the drive towards it is more and easier to work with. After that focusing on paying credit card fist because is the one with the biggest interest and the lowest amount. This can be performed by paying a
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  • Fall '17
  • CLIFF MERCHANT

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