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|Subject: Re: RON PAUL: The Federal Reserve Debt Engine||Date: 5/19/2004 11:59 AM|
|Author: terminalwriter||Number: 10162 of 35506|
That seems to be a fundamental rule of investing. Many situations can be profitable for a time. But gradually large factors beyond our control shift. Sometimes the profitable niche disappears or even becomes a loser. Thats why investors need to be watchful, keep up with the times, and be willing to try new things.
This really wants to make be put a bond fund as part of my 403(b).
However, do I really want to in this rate envoronment?
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