A Risk-Free Philosophy

"My philosophy is fairly simple," says Chuck. "I hate risk! Risk is a four-letter word! I like to eliminate as much market risk as possible in my investment strategies. Therefore, I like a lot of the more established, 'tried and true' formulas that I have been using for many years to exploit the stock market. Also, I don't believe it's necessary to have a lot of money to make a lot of money."

The Power of Being Pro-Active

How many times have you said to yourself that you wished you had made up your mind to do something, like change your career a long time ago. Or, that your original fears were unfounded and you wished you had not wasted all those years making up your mind. Well, when fate finally forced your hand things turned out fine, except for the regret in not having acted earlier.

There are, however, other not-so-happy stories where people have been forced into decisions because of poor planning or a "burying their heads in the sand" mentality. Be pro-active in your life and in your finances. Remember, there is nothing so overwhelming or formidable that cannot be overcome with determination, dedication, focus and the right planning. And, finally, remember that it is not from our successes that we learn our lessons in this life, but from our failures.

Make Substantial Sums
- and Keep It!

"I know plenty of people who have started out small and made very substantial sums. Keeping it, though, is the major problem. When people think they have out-smarted the market and that they have the answer to the goose that laid the golden egg, that's the beginning of the end for those investors. A healthy respect for the market and what you don't know about it is a requisite for maintaining the wealth that we create for ourselves through investing."


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Why wait until events dictate your fate?

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