IMF in the Past Tense ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Saturday, May 28, 2011

IMF in the Past Tense

Filed under "Better Late Than Never" are the past two Fridays, which to now were delayed because the dirt needing digging was on more solid ground than is the precariously levitated stock market...

5/20/2011: Increasing Shortage of Greater Fools

5/13/2011: On a Trade Challenging Patience

And if IMF'd has not yet entered the texting lexicon, then surely its day has come...

* * * * *
© The Risk Averse Alert — Advocating a patient, disciplined approach to stock market investing. Overriding objective is limiting financial risk. Minimizing investment capital loss is a priority. Analysis centers on the stock market's path of least resistance. Long-term, this drives a simple strategy for safely investing a 401(k) for maximum profit. Intermediate-term, investing with stock index tracking-ETFs (both their long and short varieties) is advanced. Short-term, stock index options occasionally offer extraordinary profit opportunities when the stock market is moving along its projected path. Nothing is set in stone. Nor is the stock market's path of least resistance always known. More often than not, there are no stock index option positions recommended. There's an easy way to boost your investment discipline... Get Real-Time Trade Notification!