Semi-retired, married. BA in English. Building trades and real estate. Plenty of money as long as the greedy bastards don't screw it all up. History buff. Follow politics and current events closely. Look for news beyond the mega-corporate media in order to get a more complete picture. Our media situation is quite dire here in the U.S.
Lets Go Mets!
Novice investor just getting started like the idea of owning gold but find silver more affordable and a better use for bartering. Looking to move 457 contributions to a investment vehicle that will keep up with hyper-inflation. Not sure of timetables but feel the sooner the better. Looking for ways to keep uncle sugar from taxing our hard earned cash that has taken over 30 years to accumulate. Need some help in determining which way is best? thanks
Now retired. I was a Health and Physical Education Major(College of New Jersey) and a USN Vietnam Veteran 1968-69. I have been investing in equities since 2004 and have found that I have had much more success without a broker's "help". My philosophy is "it's your money, put it to work yourself". I consider investing a hobby as much as a way to build a nestegg. It is a great way to pass time and learn about the companies that make the world go round.