how to invest money that gives you an immediate monthly return?
i have 250000 i would like to invest and earn a safe monthly income of about $750 immediately. i would like this to be a very safe investment,
An annuity. Use discount brokers for this. They have the best out there.
Don’t go with financial planners that will scam you to death with high commissions.
How can I learn how to invest money in stocks?
I am turning 18 pretty soon and would not only like to be able to know how to invest money in stocks, but to also learn how to invest my money in general. Are there any good websites, books, CDs, ect that anyone could recommend for myself to get a leg up?
Any advice would be helpful also
I just wish I had asked this question when I was 18! You hit the nail on the head when you ask “how to invest my money in general”. When you have an informed view on that you’ll know whether to invest in stocks and if so, how.
I wholeheartedly recommend a book by Tim Hale, “Smarter Investing”. When you have read it and applied the principles to your own situation, you will feel much more confident about what to do with your money, and how to preserve and grow its value over time (there are no surefire quick wins). You will also know how to save many times its cost – the financial services industry is a machine for transferring investors’ money into the pockets of advisers, brokers and managers, and you need to know how they do it.
By the way, this is not a disguised advert – I have no connection with any vendor or the author of the book. Don’t take my word for it – read the reviews.
How should I invest money to retire comfortably by Atlantic International Partnership?
To build a nest egg large enough to see you through retirement, which may last 30 years or more, you’ll need the growth that stocks provide. The stock market returned 9.8% a year on average between 1926 and 2009, versus just 5.4% for bonds, according to research firm Ibbotson Associates.
What is the best way to invest money, and how?
There are countless opportunities. Real estate, individual stocks, puts, calls, etc. But unless you have the time to learn and track your most of the investments on a daily basis, I wouldn’t bother. Starting out, I would invest as much as you could toward a Roth IRA as the money grows tax-free. When you take it out (at retirement age) you don’t have to pay taxes on it either. Start with a low cost index fund and forget about it. Recommended reading and learning materials: Kiplinger’s magazine, any book by David Bach (The Automatic Millionaire, Smart Couples Finish Rich, etc).
How and from where i can find the investors to invest money for my small business?
Try going to prosper.com it is a site to bring all sorts of borrowers and private lenders together..read through the site and you can see how it works..basically you present your case and others will assign a risk/return value to it and offer bids
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