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November 14, 2016 | 7 Tips to Invest Post US Election

Adrian Mastracci

Adrian Mastracci, Discretionary Portfolio Manager, B.E.E., MBA. My expertise in the investment and financial advisory profession began in 1972. I graduated with the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from General Motors Institute in 1971. I then attended the University of British Columbia, graduating with the MBA in 1972. I have attained the “Discretionary Portfolio Manager” professional designation. I am committed to offering clients the highest standard of personal service by providing prompt, courteous and professional attention. My advice is objective, unbiased and without conflicts of interest. I’m part of a team that delivers comprehensive services and best value in managing client wealth.

The investor’s mission is to set aside apprehensions and tensions.

Staying with a basic approach is preferred for most investors.

I highlight seven top tips for adoption:

  1. First delve into what is envisioned for your nest egg in five, ten and twenty years.
  2. Always make logical and methodical decisions, without emotion or bias.
  3. Accept that bond and stock market volatility is gusty and here to stay.
  4. Revisit your assumptions as to goals, needs, objectives and plan of action.
  5. Cut to the chase and prioritize the management of your investing risks.
  6. Keep cash available for buying opportunities during market sell-offs.

These are straightforward, practical tips.

They stickhandle your nest egg away from trouble most times.

Don’t get swept away with a collection of fancy moves.

Your questions and comments are invited.



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November 14th, 2016

Posted In: Adrian Mastracci Blog

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