Risk questionnaires have played a major role in retirement and investment planning for as long as I can remember; and I’ve used them no less religiously than any other advisor. Frankly, I’ve always felt they were a little stupid.
You’ve been paying on an insurance policy for years. Now, you’ve learned your insurance company – the one that top ratings from all the major ratings services – just went bust – what do you do? What could you have done to protect yourself?
So, you want to dive into the stock market without losing your sanity or, more importantly, your hard-earned cash? Here’s a strategy that’s not exactly ‘rocket science’ – Here’s a risk-free investment strategy that’s a ‘diet version’ of a financial plan. It surely doesn’t cover all the bases, but it’s sure to spice up your next dinner party conversation.