If we see higher risk assets further over-valued, do not chase the move, but rather sell into price ...
Katrina: After the Storm
09/16/2005 12:00 am EST
In this issue, we continue our report on post-Katrina investing. We again emphasize that this is not meant to diminish the magnitude of this disaster, but rather to help guide investors through this time of uncertainty. To view Part One of this report, click here.
We would also again suggest to our readers that should this advice prove profitable, we would encouage you to consider sharing some of your gains with the people in the Gulf region who are so very much in need. Here, we offer a list of resources, provided by FEMA, for those of you who wish to extend your financial assistance or to volunteer your time.
Donate cash to:
American Red Cross
1-800-HELP NOW (435-7669) English,
America's Second Harvest
Humane Society of the United States
United Jewish Communities
Donate Cash and/or Volunteer:
Adventist Community Services
B'nai B'rith International
Catholic Charities, USA
Christian Disaster Response
941-956-5183 or 941-551-9554
Christian Reformed World Relief Committee
Church World Service
Convoy of Hope
Lutheran Disaster Response
Mennonite Disaster Service
Nazarene Disaster Response
Southern Baptist Convention -- Disaster
1-800-462-8657, ext. 6440
UJA Federation of New York
United Methodist Committee on
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