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Invest for the long term with emphasis on income, value and growth. Try to stick with companies with good brand appeal to buy when their share price takes a dip - that's a bargain for me as the dividend pay rate can be above standard interest rates. I don't like mutual funds as it is too difficult to track what is happening to your investment - I have had good losses with a number of them.
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