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CindyH   Friday, 01/23/09 11:03:23 AM
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I am new to AIM and have read the boards and Lichello's book. Does the decreased risk in using sector ETF's outweigh the increased volatility of individual stocks in terms of the effectiveness of AIM? I have spent much time comparing the charts of ETF's and stocks like WMT, JNJ, and XOM and have wondered how the smoothed ride affects the profitability.

I am exhausted trying to decide which investments are going up and losing money on most decisions. AIM seems to be a better way to take advantage of lower prices and the possibility of trading ranges for the future. Thank you for sharing your experiences. Cindy

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