March 1st, 2013

Should your emergency savings be invested in stocks? Why or why not?

2 thoughts on “March 1st, 2013”

  1. Nate Ross says:

    No way! Your emergency savings should be kept in a low-risk account, like the Total Bond Market Index on Vanguard, that is very liquid. The stock market could take a turn for the worst at the same time you need your emergency fund, and then you’re screwed.

  2. Mike Finley says:

    I liked your emphatic answer, Nate! You are right, my friend. No way do we place our emergency money into a volatile stock fund for the very reason you state. We could be screwed!

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