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How to Become a Millionaire

            Most people think that it is impossible to become a.
             >millionaire during their lifetime?smart investment.
             >tells us how. .
             >Like a finely tuned airline schedule, an investment.
             >strategy should be individualized, keyed to where you.
             >want to be and timed to get you there when you want to.
             >arrive. Remember that all investments involve risk.
             >(like an airline layover or missed gate) and it is.
             >possible to lose money as well as make it. However,.
             >there are a number of techniques you can use to help.
             >maximize your investment gains and minimize your risk.
             >- techniques that set smart investors apart from the.
             >pack. I started an investment portfolio after I had.
             >already retired from the military?I wish someone had.
             >clued me that it would be easier to invest when I was.
             >still working and had twice the money I had once I.
             >retired. I will do my best to show you some simple.
             >techniques that will help you reach the financial.
             >status you always dreamed of. Here are five simple.
             >investing techniques I have used successfully:.
             >· Investing systematically .
             >· Diversifying .
             >· Taking the long-term view .
             >· Eliminating debt .
             >· Paying yourself first .
             >Investing systematically.
             >By investing consistently (rather than buying and.
             >selling when the mood strikes you), you can take.
             >advantage of the inevitable market fluctuations,.
             >instead of suffering because of them. .
             >One tried-and-true way to do this is with dollar-cost.
             >averaging, where you invest a constant dollar amount.
             >at regular intervals in the same stock or mutual fund.
             >Your fixed amount of money buys more shares when the.
             >price is low and fewer shares when the price is high. .
             >Keep in mind that while dollar-cost averaging can help.
             >you move through market volatility; it does not.
             >guarantee you a profit or protect you from losses.
             >However, the amount of shares you are buying always.
             >increases and the amount of profit or loss only comes.
             >into play when you finally sell.