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|Subject: Re: Poll: Investment style||Date: 4/15/2013 1:50 PM|
|Author: Dwdonhoff||Number: 72046 of 75383|
Yep... far too many other alternatives missing, needs a "none of the above."
*Everything* in 0%-floor IULs, or income real estate, averaging roughly 10-15% annual growth/yield without downside risks.
I use leverage those as collateral whenever I see sharp exploitation opportunities offering 50% or higher net return, on a fairly obvious short-term enter/exit strategy. These opportunities are not limited to *any* particular asset class (and, in fact, often happen internal to my own business.) The "deals of a lifetime" happen all the time, literally, when you're in the position to exploit them.
The key to winning is never getting taken out of the game. Ride the winners, *NEVER* ride the losers.
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