Robert Elder work for “TSSB” (Texas State Securities Board) and is a Communications manager. His messages for the investment ideas are not like the typical ones that are proposed by regulatory colleagues of federal agencies and other states. The stuff provided by Elder is very much consistent and his commentary is outstanding as compared to other securities industry regulator. The quality for which their stuff is appreciated is that they speak about the real things and explains them the way they actually see it. They do not publish the stuff that is based in self-serving public relationships again and again. Rather they focus on the real side and publish the stuff that is genuine. Elder’s way of presenting the concept is outstanding and also contains some funny slants.
In a recent edition (Jan. 3, 2013) of “State Securities Broad Bulletin” a fun tidbit was included that is pretty much impressive. It includes top 10 clueless opinions for investing in 2013. It included the areas best suited for investing in the new year i.e. 2013. The financial experts have proposed countless recommendations for investing your money at best places that will provide you high income in 2013. The basic drill is that: the magazines related to personal finance are speaking about the best funds or stocks for the year 2013; there is also touting by mutual funds manager that they are best suited and on the other hand the commentators of finance are speaking about a particular stock and are confidently speaking the future market directions while others are picking different stocks and are predicting other directions. Some key points to be remembered for making investment in this new year are explained below.