Fly Above Recession with the Stock Market under Your Wings

Inflation, recession, and stagflation, are three most feared words. Weeks have passed since the President and the Fed promoted a stimulus package. It has not worked as yet. The BRIC countries surge ahead in the meantime. Read about one of them at one of our sister sites: “Can New China Sustain its Spot in Economic News?”

Washington may look askance at foreign economic policies. There is no time to fret about the Fed. The stock market offers you a financial planning highway. The best part is that you are free to act. Read about that Business Management concept in our earlier article entitled “Can We Outsource the Fed?

You need a stable financial platform in economic uncertainty. Risk management should guide your stock picks. Sensitivity analysis should show that you can beat bond and deposit rates. Read “Why Private Investors Put Risk First in Building Stock Market Assets”.

Not every stock market is regulated fully. However, you can extend beyond the domain of the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia are amongst your best bets for investing abroad. Advance Depository Receipts (ADRs) listed on exchanges such as the NYSE can be worth considering as well.

Make a resolution to invest in the stock market. It is your safest course of action in the present economic climate. Simple analyses will get you dividend checks every quarter. You can even raise bulk cash at short notice. That is a prime advantage of value investing.