Even as the Dow flirts with 10,000, few investors are climbing aboard the rally, and many can’t bear the idea of losing more money. Barron’s Leslie Norton reports.

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  2. Investors may be reluctant to lose more money? Gee whiz.

    “They want more safety, preservation of capital.”

    Why isn’t anyone (besides me) recommending that investors use collars to guarantee limited losses – while still leaving room for making money in a rally? This video suggests ETFs and Indexes may be what investors seek. But imagine how well protected against loss they would be if they collared those investments.

    Options can be used to reduce risk. That should be a more widely known fact.

    http://blog.mdwoptions.com/Options_for_Rookies