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Subject: What you could do, before you invest Date: 9/6/2011 9:52 AM
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pre-Investor checklist = HUGE Reality Check

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Use only a graphing calculator, whatever math you find useful, and please checkmark below:

Could you split your allocation one-fourth and purchase treasuries or bonds ?
Do you even have an avg understanding of the industry ?
Could you take 1-2 days off and call biz firms PR office for a tour of their premise ?
What is an EDGAR Form 4 ?
Could you split your diversification half-way and purchase foreign stocks ?
Do you have understanding of a few important macroeconomic indicators ?



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