‘These Are The Times…’

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Today’s Market MRI: Zero Return World Squeezes Retirement Plans

CNBC Reports: “Workers can kiss their retirement plans goodbye unless they take more risk to keep nest-eggs growing in a world where playing safe can be even more costly… Four years of near-zero official interest rates and successive market panics have driven the returns from… government bonds on which pension funds traditionally rely to record lows… very bad news for several generations of workers already set to retire later… than their predecessors… ‘People are only just starting to understand how profound an impact these policies are having when it’s too late. When they see the figures, they quickly realize they don’t have the funds to finish work’…”

Prism Responds: This is what we’ve been saying all along. It’s imperative under current economic conditions to assume some degree of risk in order to make any gains at all. The quesion is, how much risk is acceptable in exchange for ‘x’ amount of return?

In return for an average historical return of 6% per year, the DOW periodically crashes by an average of 44%. Does that sound like an acceptable trade-off to you?

Prism Solution: If by taking advantage of our automated investing software you could double your money every two years, like clockwork, but occasionally experienced a 12% dip that soon recovered, would you do it? Or would the possibility of those dips scare you so much that you wouldn’t get started in the first place?

The alternative, of course, is to do nothing and watch your money die before your eyes as inflation destroys the purchasing power of your net worth.

So what feels most comfortable, emotional security combined with gradual impoverishment through inaction, or the potential for huge growth combined with the occasional butterflies?

To paraphrase thomas Paine, “Tthese are the times that try investors’ souls.”

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Prism Profit Engineering Report: for July 2012
Our Conservative, Moderate and Aggressive strategies prpoduced respective client returns of 4.9%, 6.5% and 9.3%, projecting annualized growth of 58.8%, 78.0% and 111.6%. The average for all three was 79.0%. It would take 74 years for a 1-year bank paying 1.1% to match us. We mention this in passing for those of you who intend to live another 74 years.

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And May All Your Investments Be Profitable,

David Taylor and Gordon Philips,
Directors of www.Prism-Solutions.com

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