RE: Investing (long term returns)

From: Max More (
Date: Wed Jun 07 2000 - 23:35:31 MDT

At 03:28 PM 6/7/00 , you wrote:
> If you take a smaller
>assortment of stocks, which is what most people end up with, the volatility
>will be even greater. Most people, if they purchase stocks for their own
>portfolios, can't afford to diversify widely,

Not true. Just buy a Spyder, or a few Dow Diamonds, or one of the rapidly
growing number of sector funds that you can buy and sell just like stocks.
It's never been easier to diversify.

If you really want more detailed discussion of investing from an extropian
perspective, you might join ExI then subscribe the Investing in the Future


Max More, Ph.D.
President, Extropy Institute.
CEO, MoreLogic Solutions. or

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