24th Nov 2009 by Mark P. Cussen, CFP, CMFC
Conservative investments pose little or no risk to the investor's principal. CDs, treasury securities, money market and savings accounts, government agency securities such as Ginnie Maes and cash instruments like commercial paper. They can also include alternatives such as preferred stocks, utility stocks, corporate bonds and municipal bonds.
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