posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 11:58 AM
reply to post by ketsuko
Thanks again ketsuko!
And to those of you that have little or much tied into your hope for a future nest-egg, I wouldn't pull out all of the way.
Form a plan quick that will help to mitigate the worse case scenario without destroying the vehicle you have used to prepare for retirement or just
savings in general.
I was a late comer to the 401K scene. I squandered many years without putting something back and finally joined a 401K plan when the market was at or
near rock bottom a few years ago. My logic was that If I got started when it was all tanked and I believed that it would re-bound and recover / grow,
I would be in a great position to get started. It has paid off so far.
I will weather the coming storm but with due-diligence in watching the trends while trying to stay ahead of the bears.
If anyone in the know has any specific strategies, I would love to know what you think!
If all else fails and anarchy prevails....As quoted by someone in politics "What Does It Matter?" I'll go to my SHTF Plan A.
I am a conservative, licensed gun toting, compassionate, realistic believer in the constitution and Patriotic American.
On a personal note: Good luck to all God's people and pray for better times!