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Now is the wrong time to stop investing

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Now is the wrong time to stop investing

By Bruce Cameron
From Personal Finance

You are going to have to keep your financial head below the parapet for some time as the property and equity markets take a hammering in economic conditions that are fast resembling a war zone. However, equity and property experts say you should be able to survive if you do not panic and are not being strangled by debt.

Justmoney.co.za says:

Times will still be tight for a while. Review your investments, open a savings account, pay off your debt quicker by transfering your credit card, and start planning for your retirement now.

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