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Like some members here, I will most probably lose my job. I'm an expendable worker and I'm well aware of it.

Unfortunately, I don't have many investments as I have just begun diversifying my portfolio and I don't have much in my savings account.

Should I keep my portfolio intact until I exhaust my savings and then sell or sell now and put more in my savings so they last longer?

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If I was in your position my actions would lead me to keep a portfolio for as long as possible. Selling would only happen if I really need the cash.


"The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented. But if you want to continue as the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and to control credit."

Sir Josiah Stamp, Director of the Bank of England

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Sorry to hear that, have you had a look to see if your National GOverment is creating a scheme to fund workers. The UK, Norway, Denmark, Germany and France have schemes at present. There could be more.

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It's a tricky one tbh, my feeling is there is more downside to come in the markets. Bite the bullet and get out is an option you have to consider seriously if you ask me. 

Apart from that I would spend the main portion of your energy in trying to find a job or getting Income coming in, I appreciate it's easier said then done but right now it's all about income. Temp job, part time, cleaning, skilled or unskilled what ever it is just try and get your foot through the door. 

 

 Good luck on the hunt for a new job, never give up. 

As one door closes another one will open for the ressilliant and hardworking few. 

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