Advisors help clients capitalize on Greece, China troubles

Advisors help clients capitalize on Greece, China troubles

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  • Michael Gentile 2015-07-10 10:20:10 AM
    I would have to agree that as a financial advisor and having been in this business for a long time that what Mr. Caldwell says is in fact correct. The average investor and quite often those without an advisor have a tendency to buy high and sell low when you should be doing exactly the opposite. It is when you ignore the fundamentals that you end up making mistakes. I advise my clients that people are not going to quit eating any time soon and that the need for energy and transportation will be around for a long time to come. I also find it interesting to note that the IMF, which recently took a shot at Canada "IMF Cuts Forecast for Canada" is the same organization that lent billions of dollars to Greece without a snowballs chance in hell of getting it back. In conclusion I believe it is an error to underestimate the opportunities that are at hand and in particular, our very own country "Canada".
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