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Shooters strategy: The sectors we are planning to invest in are:

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Shooters strategy: The sectors we are planning to invest in are: Mining: there are changes taking place that would see to the rise in prices from the many mergers and take-over taking place in the industry, which normally leads to potential growth in the industry and perfect for investments. ...read more.

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Energy: since the effects of the hurricanes in the US there are changes taking place in this industry for alternatives to the prominent Oil industry. ...read more.

Conclusion

However, we will continue to monitor the oil sector despite its volatility there still seems to be opportunity for growth in this industry. We feel diversification is important and thus we plan on using many investment types to balance our portfolio by investing in the following types of markets: bond, mutual funds, derivatives, forward markets, and international markets. ...read more.

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