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September 27, 2009



I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.



Lord -- Yes! It varies with the individual stock. Investors looking for international exposure might do it with certain US stocks. We do as part of our Great Stocks program.

Thanks for pointing this out.



Mark -- Absolutely. Options are an important part of risk control.

As someone who has personal knowledge of your trading and analytical skill, I know that investors can profit from your books and training.

It happens that I do not use options in this program, but I do in others.

Thanks for the comment.



A high(low) dollar is good(bad) for importers(exporters), not equities in general. One should compare Walmart with Boeing, not large cap in general.

Mark Wolfinger

Hi Jeff,

"ETF Investors hope to achieve the right level of diversification."

Why? To reduce risk?

Why not reduce risk with collars. Yes, profits are limited, but in return you get a guarantee of losses no greater than 'whatever is acceptable to the investor.'


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