Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Answer these Simple Questions to guide your investing

These are the two messages investors are hearing simultaneously these days:

The first is: "Watch out! The recession is getting to look more like a depression. Safety first. Avoid shares and anything with the slightest risk."

The second is: "Shares are ridiculously cheap. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. Do you want to look back at this time and reflect that you funked it? Buy now!"

So should investors be buying shares or steering clear?

And should existing investors grit their teeth and hang on – or sell at a huge loss?

Related article:
Stock market: opportunity of a lifetime or priced for a depression?

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