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Kenneth, I am not sure that I understand the question. Your break at whatever price it takes to make your money back. You spent 2510 + 3010 = 5520. You would need to sell the shares at a price that
Hi Kerry, I am not sure if this type of note makes sense at this point. The interest rate paid on these would go up if the 13 week Treasury bill rose. Short rates have not moved much in years and are
Hi Quentin, Before you decide to invest, you need to learn about investing. I would suggest you read, "The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham. Benjamin Graham was Warren Buffett's mentor. You
Certainly there are other products with high fees but I would not recommend investing in those either, unless there were other special benefits. 401Ks often have other benefits such as a match from an
Variable annuities are expensive, so I would say that they are not good investments. When you annuitize and start receiving payouts, only the earnings portion of the payout is taxed. The principal portion