The Future for Investors

Sunday, July 10, 2005

I'm reading Jeremy Siegel's the Future for Investors. He's telling me that I'm falling into the "growth trap" and my investment strategy sucks.

He's probably right. I mean, I don't know exactly what I'm doing - yet I've made $2000 dollars in the last three months. Beginner's luck, I think. He's saying that I should be more conservative in my investment strategy. Hold the stock "FOREVER".

I don't know about all that, but he's saying that buying older stocks and reinvesting the dividends will make me more money in the long run. I don't think he's entirely wrong. I'm going to look into Kraft Foods, KFT, Coca-Cola, KO, General Electric, GE, Disney, DIS, and Exxon, XON and so on.

I mean it was a strategy I was already thinking anyway. Sort of... He's probably good at his job you know.

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