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DEALING WITH VOLATILE MARKETS-The Media Experts vs. The Blue Collar Investor

WOW! For the last six weeks I have written articles that I’ve had to put on the backburners for future publication. This is due to the inordinate amount of market volatility. That’s all I’ve been thinking of, so I assume that most of you have been consumed with the same issue. Many media experts have […]

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HOW A BLUE COLLAR INVESTOR MANAGES A VOLITILE MARKET

WOW! It looks like we’re in the midst of another 10% market correction from its recent highs. This can drive the average investor crazy, but not us. First and foremost we must remember our commitment to the system: – GoldenRule #1: We must be willing to accept a certain amount of risk. We understand that […]

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BEWARE OF WINDOW DRESSING!

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 stiffened the requirements of all mutual funds to disclose their holdings on a quarterly basis. This was done in an effort to increase the fund’s transparency so as to protect Blue Collar Investors like ourselves. As a result, fund managers were exposed to the possibility of being found to hold certain poorly performing […]

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Locating SAFE STOCKS in a VOLATILE MARKET

I hate roller coasters….always have. When my boys were young, I was forced to go on them. Now that I am making money selling stock options, I realize that some things just never change. As Blue Collar Investors we are always looking for ways of putting the odds in our favor. So what can we […]

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