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Discussion in 'Off-topic Discussion' started by poliq, Sep 8, 2019.
What are the ways to invest money intelligently?
hmm I like to invest in p2p.
A hammock. I will never regret it.
Some seeds are very interesting I have been trading for four years already and deal only with some trustworthy and reliable broker city fx broker So, I consider artificial intelligence and great clients support can be freely applied to them already. Thanks for sharing
Pick growth stocks with strong fundamentals (earnings/revenue momentum.) - and positive market response to those earnings. Hold for at least six months. Don’t sell unless something idiosyncratic happened or it didn’t make any money for you after 2 quarters. Don’t marry your position either - if it drops drastically over bad news (massive ER miss, guided down), get out.
If you are simply looking for an easy way to invest, a roth IRA, 401k, or especially a compound interest savings account are the simplest, most rewarding ways to set yourself up in the future if you're a young guy like me.
But if you're looking to get FILTHY rich....
90% of all millionaires built their wealth through real estate. Real estate is the most powerful way to build wealth on this planet. It requires much planning, preparation, knowledge, time, and patience, but it will yield the biggest ROI of any investment by far. Do some research, its not for everyone, but its very easy to catch the real estate bug and become obsessed with building your investments.
Hope this helps
Easiest way here is put all your money in the bank for 1 year, after that you gain all your money back plus 20% profit
Agree with comment above. Bank is the best way as for me
Anything that promises otherworldly returns is a no-NO! Best thing in my opinion is to start your own business, cause once you die, all the money you amass is gone, so why not try something worthwhile with it in your prime days. (Assuming you have enough money and you don't run stupid ideas.)
Only problem with the bank theory is that it takes quite a bit of money to generate wealth on interest alone. I agree with the real estate investing. There's usually a decent return on that if you know what you're doing.