Investing for the Pro: Factors to Consider

by David Jenyns on May 29, 2009

It is only natural that we take several factors into consideration on a case-by-case basis, because the investment programs must be tailored to the needs of the individual.

The first factor is the age of the individual capitalist. A man between 25 and 35 years of age would have an entirely different set of investment objectives from a man in his fifties. Economic status determines in advance the funds that the capitalist may have available.

Some occupations may allow only a modest degree of financial improvement throughout life, which will, in turn, limit the range of one’s investments. Other occupations may place no obstacles in the way of continual financial gain, coupled with still greater future possibilities in the field of investment. Age and economic status are very important investment factors and should be considered before you put together your portfolio.

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