This post is the continuation of the “What Is a Good Investment Plan” – Part One – Financial Needs.
Question on what Is A Good Investment Plan?
Recently (After I posted the part one on what is a good investment plan), I have received emails on asking that why a good investment plan requires us to know the financial needs, goals, liability and etc. rather than finding a high returns in both capital and dividends, isn’t that the most important thing?
Of course, high capital gain and dividends will certainly be welcome by me (who wouldn’t want to earn more right?), however, the “Give and Take” analogy still exist in investment plan. Whatever the investment plan can give you (interest, dividends and capital gain) there is always something that you will need to give in return (time, money, energy and etc. depending what kind of …