In This Issue
The Oppenheimer Way?
December 15, 2016
Here’s a hot tip. Stay invested, through good times and bad. Just be sure you are in the right asset allocation (the division of your portfolio between stocks and bonds) for you. If you have a question relating to asset allocation (“right mix”), check out the asset allocation questionnaire on my website.
If you missed just the 5 days with the biggest gains over the past 20 years, you earned 40% less than someone who remained invested throughout that period.
Think about that.
The financial media and the securities industry want you to bounce in and out of the market. Don’t do it!
The Oppenheimer Way
On its web site, Oppenheimer sets forth its purported goal of helping investors. Here’s what it asserts: “We strive to help individuals maximize returns through an investment approach that’s rooted in four key principles. Make global connections, look to the long term, take intelligent risks, and invest with proven teams.”
Let’s take a closer look at the “proven teams” who stand at the ready to assist you with reaching your retirement goals.
- Cramer shows you how to double your money in 7 years
- Goldman Says Trump Presidency Will Benefit Stocks In Almost Every Sector