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Investment advice

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by meetgordon, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. meetgordon

    meetgordon Registered User

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    Guys please give your advice how and where to invest money. it should be without any risk.

    there are so many ponzi schemes promising very high returns..

    i hope this thread will benefit all.
     
  2. invarbrass

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    Invest in govt bonds then.
    Very little risk. Very little rewards.
     
  3. meetgordon

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    thank you
     
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    https://www.kickstarter.com/

    or any startup accelerators
     
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    If you have time to study and analyze charts, medium-to-long term stock trading can be lucrative too.
     
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  7. Rajvir

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    I'd personally suggest investing in Index Funds of the top companies in the US.

    It gives a lot more return than a lot of the other suggestions on the thread, but if your planning on investing long term it has no real risk what so ever.

    As it would take the US failing entirely to destroy the investment, and considering how essential the US is in today's society, I think we'll have bigger problems than Money if that happens.

    For example if you had invested right before the recession your money would have temporarily lost a fair bit of it's value, but even then it recovered fully in a few years and then started growing quite a lot.

    So if you plan on not needing that money for a few decades than Index Funds are the strongest choice.
     
  8. meetgordon

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    Thank you Rajvir for your valuable advice.
     
  9. Fs Rishi

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    You can do online business! Where are you from ??
     
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    You can invest in me...I promise I will not spend it all....LOL

    Without "risk" the rewards are very little...Gov bonds are the way to go if you want very little risk
     
  11. Rajvir

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    No problem, it really depends on what you want though.

    If for example you want dividends rather than reinvesting any money you get, you could instead get an index funds for the companies that every year increase their dividends.

    Including during the recession, only large and old companies are part of it like Coca-Cola, as for the past 25 years they keep giving more.

    Due to this they aren't really growing and so you'll end up with less money in the end compared to index funds of the top 10 companies's of the US.

    But if you just want a paycheck every so often with a fair bit of money then it's the best option.

    If you have the time I recommend you check out Mr Money Moustache as he goes into a lot more detail on why and how index funds work.