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Dear KC - As a former real estate broker I'm a little bit shy of investing in vacant land only because of the issue of liquidity (or lack thereof). Having worked through several recessions, including 1989-93 I'm pretty sensitive to the problems land investors have when they want to sell in a down market. From your admissions I would expect you to favor the direct stock purchase option - and look for long-term growth companies that pay little or no dividend (forgoing the income & taxation in favor of capital appreciation). Good luck! PP
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