Being invested in the market as of late is like being on a roller coaster ride, although for most investors, not quite as fun. Find out what to do with your investments – whether you have a 401(k), stocks, bonds or otherwise – in a volatile market. Certified Financial Planner, Gelasia Steed, offers some helpful guidance.
We’re fast approaching a worldwide financial meltdown…. Paper currencies as we know them will become as worthless as Monopoly money… Oblivion is just around the corner… Chaos! Madness! Dogs and cats living together!
I know. A bit over the top, right? But the actual ads for investing in gold aren’t all that different from this kind of silly doom and gloom. Marketers know that FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) is a powerful selling tool, and when it comes to selling gold during challenging economic times, FUD rules. So here’s the real deal on gold, minus all hype and doomsday.
If you happen to be sitting on some extra cash, you may be wondering how to put it to its best use. The answer depends on your personal financial situation. Learn how to assess your situation and determine when to save your cash, when to invest it and when to use it to pay down or pay off debt.