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Help...Resuscitation needed

  1. 0 I just looked at my 401 k from work. After today it needs to be resuscitated. What ACLS algorhythm do we use here.
  2. Visit  KellyCCRN profile page
    Amen to that I'm thinking of shifting all of my investments into liquor stocks...bacardi anyone? After looking at my investments I think I need a drink:chuckle
  3. Visit  Iam46yearsold profile page
    Mojitos for everyone
    DeLanaHarvickWannabe and Atheos like this.
  4. Visit  traumaRUs profile page
    I peeked this week and just about cried. I had always planned to work until I was 70, now heck, I'll be working forever!
  5. Visit  Iam46yearsold profile page
    At least until we die. Drinks are on me.
  6. Visit  Dorito profile page
    Maybe we should invest in the 401 keg instead.
    HappyPediRN likes this.
  7. Visit  Katnip profile page
    Quote from Dorito
    Maybe we should invest in the 401 keg instead.
  8. Visit  RN1982 profile page
    I lost 3k from mine. My mom lost 23k from her's. This sucks.
  9. Visit  Neveranurseagain profile page
    I lost almost $40,000. Yesterday I rolled most my $$ into a 4 yr. cd paying 5%. Wished I'd done that on Monday...even better a week ago!

    What will be my share to buy into that 401keg?
  10. Visit  RN1982 profile page
    I think I'm going to put less money in my 403b and more into my high yield money market account at the bank. Maybe if I just stuff a couple hundred bucks into an envelope and shove it under my mattress, that would work better.

    To me, this is just the beginning. I don't things are going to get better anytime soon and no matter who gets elected.
  11. Visit  Neveranurseagain profile page
    I feel like my $$$ couldn't have disappered faster...except by running it through the garbage disposal first.
    I put mine in a 4 yr cd as I figured this was not going to be a quick recovery. Time will tell.
  12. Visit  Roy Fokker profile page
    Gold, precious metals and .... property.

    Yes, property. Owning land is never a bad investment.

    You may not make a killing - but what you have will always hold "true value". It is stable and retains value - contrary to the fluctuations in the currency market and inflation.

    Currency depreciates. Hard assets don't.

  13. Visit  newLPN04 profile page
    I plan on retiring 3 days after I die....

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