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Starting to invest

Investing in Stocks, Stocks Trading, FOREX Trading, HYIP, Investing in Real Estate and Property, Investing in Precious Metals, Investing in Commodities, Investing in Art etc


Re: Starting to invest

Post by cosmics on Mon Dec 27, 2010 4:56 pm

If you are the daring type, you could invest your money in mutual funds or in the stock market and more than double it; however this is risky and should not be done unless one is willing to stay alert and keep an eye on changing market trends.
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Re: Starting to invest

Post by tempo on Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:23 am

why not look into invest your money in Travel Industries? People like travel and you can make money without having your retail front.
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Re: Starting to invest

Post by Cyndie on Thu May 12, 2011 4:14 am

I would recommend Wall Street Journal: Complete Money and Investing Guidebook. It is a great foundation for all things investment related.It will give you a good foundation of the lingo...
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Re: Starting to invest

Post by newmister on Sun May 15, 2011 12:40 am

don't invest in FOREX.
You have to define how many time you are ready to spend everyday and how long you want to hold your money in one asset.

If you don't want to trace your investments every day you can invest in index fund. it's really hard to overcame the index.

also I can advise to read the book of Robert G. Allen "Multiple streams of income"
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Re: Starting to invest

Post by James Ranson on Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:46 pm

Some great recommendations here already. I would add that Buffettology is a great book for beginners. And also One Up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch. There are plenty more from there, but those 2 books are a good start.
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