Investors approach investing in many different ways in order to help clients find the right type of retirement method to use. Some want safe and sure, so they choose the standard savings account and might venture into Certificates of Deposit (CDs); they won’t get into anything that seems riskier than that. Others are gung ho and will just throw their money at the first investment opportunity that comes along no matter how crazy the idea seems. (“I’m developing a new leprechaun trap. As soon as it is up and running, we’ll be rolling in the gold from the end of the rainbow.”) Everyone else falls somewhere in between.
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Investing Styles May Be Learned In Childhood