Tim Hortons and the Jump to Invest
financial planning dollar? In all honesty it depends on your personality and financial freedom. Within any stock broker’s client base there are two investors 1. Risk Takers – This group would have taken the murmurs that emerged over the weekend about the Tim’s sale and called, emailed, texted or any used any other form of communication to get on the line to buy or sell their stocks (or do it themselves). 2. Safe Players – These are the long-term investors who will go into more of the ‘sure-thing’ stocks, not watch the market as frequently and potentially invest less to begin with. Going into the stock market, in general, is a consideration to be made carefully. Just because you have the money to invest doesn’t mean you should go in. The payoffs can definitely be big, but it comes down to risk/reward, and ultimately your comfort. If you would like to talk further about stock market opportunities or have any questions on investments, please contact us today to set up an appointment to talk about your financial plans.