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Free investment reports are a special feature we offer, and these investment reports are free for the asking. Some reports alert the reader to potential hazards lurking in the markets, while others tackle subjects general in nature but of crucial importance. All of our free investment reports are designed for the average investor and are written by James Leitz, a former financial planner and author of Invest Informed.

Do you want to get a handle on your basic investment options? How can you find a financial planner you can trust? What investment pitfalls should you avoid over the next couple of years? You can find the answers to these and other questions in our free investment reports.

7 Investing Pitfalls to Avoid in 2012-2013

Investing pitfalls abound in today’s investment environment. Interest rates have hit record lows, and this magnifies certain risks that most average investors are not even aware of. Millions of Americans hold investments that they believe to be safe – that in fact will be quite risky in the not-too-distant future. Sometimes the best investment strategy starts with knowing what investing pitfalls to avoid. Here we list them for you.

The 4 Basic Types of Investments

The investment universe is larger than ever before, and it continues to grow. How do you get a handle on all of your investment options and eliminate those that don’t fit your personal comfort zone?  Here we make it simple for you by dividing all of the investments in the world into only 4 investment types. Once you’ve got the big picture you will find that the pieces of the puzzle are much easier to fit together.

8 Questions to Ask a Financial Planner

Before you hire a financial planner you need some way of determining how competent and trustworthy (honest) the person is. Having spent 20 years as a planner I understand how difficult it is to find the right person. After all, I worked for several outfits, including the largest financial planning company in the business. When I retired, I asked myself, “who would I trust to advise my parents?” I had known hundreds of planners and still had a tough time with the question. Here are the 8 questions I suggest you ask a financial planner; and the answers I think you should be looking for.

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