Investment Portfolio For
Lincoln Pennypacker.
Investment advisors: Part one - Alexis Sabado, Part two -
Dixie Weaver, Part...
In Bullet Points, Give an
Overview of your Client.
1. Short, single sentence bullets.
2. What are their goals?
3. How long...
What Kinds of Investments
Fit Your Client?
1. Home?
2. Savings?
3. Insurance?
4. Mutual funds?
5. 401k – 403b?
6. Annuitie...
1. Set goals.
2. Time.
3. Diversification.
4. Dollar Cost Averaging.
5. Index Funds.
6. Tax advantaged investments.
Explai...
Use Graphics and
Calculators!
1. Charts, graphs, line graph, pie charts, etc.
2. Calculators.
401b &
403b.http://www.bankr...
Use Positive Graphics!
1. Make the Client feel that you know how to plan
their financial future.
2. Make the client feel l...
Part One – Alex Sabado
1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
Part Two – Dixie Weaver.
1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
Part Three – Ko Yang.
1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
Conclusion
1. Try to sum up your clients’ goals and your
plan.
2. Be ready to answer your clients (
Teacher/Class) questio...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Sample Investment Portfolio Economics

138
-1

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
138
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Sample Investment Portfolio Economics

  1. 1. Investment Portfolio For Lincoln Pennypacker. Investment advisors: Part one - Alexis Sabado, Part two - Dixie Weaver, Part Three - Ko Yang, Part four - Thomas Adkins, and Part five - Mong Xiong. Scenario one. USE YOUR GUIDED READING AND CLASS NOTES AS A RESOURCE!
  2. 2. In Bullet Points, Give an Overview of your Client. 1. Short, single sentence bullets. 2. What are their goals? 3. How long is their investment window? 4. What is their risk tolerance? 5. Scenario one.
  3. 3. What Kinds of Investments Fit Your Client? 1. Home? 2. Savings? 3. Insurance? 4. Mutual funds? 5. 401k – 403b? 6. Annuities? 7. Gold/Silver?
  4. 4. 1. Set goals. 2. Time. 3. Diversification. 4. Dollar Cost Averaging. 5. Index Funds. 6. Tax advantaged investments. Explain Key Investment Strategies to Your Client.
  5. 5. Use Graphics and Calculators! 1. Charts, graphs, line graph, pie charts, etc. 2. Calculators. 401b & 403b.http://www.bankrate.com/calculators/retirement /401-k-retirement-calculator.aspx Annuities: http://www.annuityassist.com/calculators/ Investment Pyramid: https://content.mercerhrs.com/content/assembler/Te mplate/individual_investor/html/products/mutualfund s/mutualfunds.htm
  6. 6. Use Positive Graphics! 1. Make the Client feel that you know how to plan their financial future. 2. Make the client feel like their future will be bright if they follow your plan.
  7. 7. Part One – Alex Sabado 1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
  8. 8. Part Two – Dixie Weaver. 1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
  9. 9. Part Three – Ko Yang. 1. Bullets, calculators, and graphics.
  10. 10. Conclusion 1. Try to sum up your clients’ goals and your plan. 2. Be ready to answer your clients ( Teacher/Class) questions with well thought out responses.
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×