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Investing in a Volatile Market

Wall Street is continuing to take investors on a wild ride. Up one day, down the next, what’s an investor to do? With many stocks at an all time low, could this be a good time to put money into the market? But just because a stock is low doesn’t mean it’s a good investment. And many people are wondering about their 401(k)’s and if they should stop contributing until the market levels out. Listen to the Show


Friday, October 31, 2008
Investing in a Volatile Market
Wall Street is continuing to take investors on a wild ride. Up one day, down the next, what’s an investor to do? With many stocks at an all time low, could this be a good time to put money into the market? But just because a stock is low doesn’t mean it’s a good investment. And many people are wondering about their 401(k)’s and if they should stop contributing until the market levels out. And what about bonds, or… So whether you are a seasoned investor or just thinking of getting your feet wet, join us this Friday with your questions about investing in a volatile market.

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