Editor’s Note: This article is adapted from Keith Fitz-Gerald’s new book Fiscal
Hangover: How to Profit From The New Global Economy.
The market has taken investors or a roller-coaster ride in the past two years, and they are no doubt more skittish and unsure of themselves than
they were not so very long ago. With all the financial woes in the global economy, the worst thing you can do right now is “freeze up.”
I understand that after living through a stock market crash as severe as the one we experienced in 2008, followed by a monstrous rally on questionable
fundamentals, it’s easy for investors to allow their emotions to get the best of them. But that’s when the smallest mistakes turn into the biggest
There’s one antidote for this problem: remembering a few basic rules. If you embrace the 10 investing tips I’ll lay out for you here, I think you’ll
be in line to make some serious money in 2010.
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