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|Subject: Re: Judgment proofing investments||Date: 9/29/2007 12:26 AM|
|Author: theHedgehog||Number: 1099 of 1751|
Sorry Hedge, I read your post too fast..I thought you meant create a portfolio that will be safe/bulletproof from bad judgement (chasing the latest high return funds, etc..) oops :-)
No problem. I've made the same mistake with others who had just joined a board where I hang out.
I see you're worried about someone suing you.
Worried probably isn't the right word. It's more of a matter of checking the p's and q's, and discovering a whole paragraph missing. :) Although my portfolio is very aggressive, I am pretty conservative, when all things are considered. "sunrayman" probably has the right idea with the umbrella insurance suggestion.
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