Where to invest in 2010

The year 2008 and 2009 was certainly a year to look back to in our history. It was the “Great Depression” of our generation. Thankfully it was not as worst as we thought. It was and not even close to what they experienced in 1929.

Well we can finally look back and say that the worst is over and the economy and the market in general have no other way to go but up. For us value investors who has positioned ourselves right after the crash in 2008, we are somewhat happy that we did take action as early as that time. As Warren Buffett says, “If you wait until you see the robin, spring will already be over,” I’m glad I took some great positions. I wished I could have done more, but I am limited with the amount of money that I can put in. Oh boy, got to wait for another 5 to 10 years for another golden opportunity such as 2008 !

For those of you who have been waiting for spring to come, don’t worry, the robins has not yet come. There are still great bargains out there. The question you should start asking yourself is where to invest in 2010.

As a value investor, I don’t really care what market we are in so somehow I don’t care about the where to invest in 2010. For as long as I find a great business at a fantastic price in any market condition, I buy the business, although generally they come in times such as that of 1929 and 2008. Anyway, that’s why forecast and other tips on where to invest in 2010 would be useless to me. However, If you are new to investing on what like to have an “introductory” feel to the world of investing you might be interested in the “Where to invest in 2010” promoted by Learning Curve.

The seminar is will be held on February 20, 2010 (Saturday) from 1:30-5:30 pm at the AIM Conference Center, Benavidez cor. Trasierra Sts. Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines. This is not a free seminar, there is a P 1,000 fee. The following topics will be discussed the where to invest in 2010 seminar:

Where to Invest in 2010: Get an overview of and forecasts for various investment options, such as stocks, bonds, gold, real estate, and government securities

Life Cycle Investing: Understand how investing figures in important stages in your life and what appropriate strategy to take

Picking Stocks Like a Pro: Learn the various investing strategies of successful professional investors and fund managers

Where to Put Your PERA, How to Invest REIT: Know what these new financial industrial products and reforms are and how to put them to your advantage

This is not a paid post. I am just informing my readers about this, because I think this is a great introductory seminar to investing. So get your tickets now and who knows you might get some tips on where to invest in 2010.

If you can’t attend the where to invest in 2010 seminar for some reason or another, you might start learning about how to invest in the stock market. Arrange your financial house first in order and start investing. You might start reading all about the Rule of 72 first and how it is used to wisely manage debt. Afterwards, click here to read my blog on stock market investing.

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One Response to Where to invest in 2010

  1. Iris says:

    Hey Z,

    This year would be the year for me to start learing everything I can about investing. I’m looking towards buying the “Four Pillars of Investing”. Can you recommend other great books?

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