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61 years young, retired. Have been researching, educating, and investing for over 20 years. Started with nothing and have been fortunate.
I don't subscribe to newsletters but do watch Cramer occasionally but don't trade solely on JIm's say. I trust my research and charting ability. It seems to work well, retired at 61.
Traded futures, commodities in the past and gave it up due to stress and risk.
Occasionally trade covered options. No treasuries at this time and avoid High yield corporate bonds.
Will buy short to intermediate agency bonds for income to maturity if conditions are right.
Bonds, Commodities, Dividend stock ideas & income, REITs, Stocks - long
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