Bach's Guide To Investing

Conducting Your Business As You Would Conduct An Orchestra

The primary goal of every individual and business investor is to make money, however; there is quite often a very narrow approach to achieving this goal. The means to achieve the end are never well implemented. (Here is where the orchestra analogy comes in ...) Instead of just being the bassoon player, why not orchestrate your finances to work in harmony? The effort taken to achieve long term financial health is minimal. You either need to choose the instruments yourself, or choose someone to choose for you. In any event, you are in the right place to do either.

Making The Music - Basic Investment Rules

  • Keep time on your side.
  • Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
  • There is no such thing as a free lunch.

    The Financial Instruments

  • Stocks -- Ownership
  • Bonnds -- Indebtedness
  • Stock Funds -- Pooled ownership
  • Bond Funds -- Pooled indebtedness
  • Futures -- A contract for future events
  • Options -- An option to exercise a contract in the future

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    A Seasoned Orchestra Leader

  • Boenning & Scattergood