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Volatile markets, political headlines, economic indicators - does the 24/7 news cycle have you wondering about the safety of your investments?
March 8, 2013
Today, we have incredible access to up-to-the-minute information through the 24/7 news cycles via the Internet and social media channels as well as traditional broadcast and print outlets. As consumers, it can be alarming and overwhelming to decide how all this information affects our investments. If you are concerned about market volatility, there are many investments may provide income not directly or singularly tied to the stock market. Some options may include:
- Individual Bonds and Bond Funds
- Insurance Products
- Inverse Market Investments & Commodities
- Sector Specific Investments: This can allow you to participate in companies only in a specific industry or sector rather than the overall market. These could include markets like energy, technology, healthcare, telecom, industrials, consumer staples, financials and utilities.
- Balanced Investment Funds: These investments can hold stocks, bonds, commodities, real estate and other investments together within one specific investment to provide diversity.
For more information on these options, contact GCSB Investment Center today.