Is it safe to invest money without safety and security?
Your question contains a logical inconsistency. Obviously without safety, it wouldn't be safe.
But if you're asking if you should only invest your money in "safe" investments, that is certainly one way to invest your money. Understand that the greater the risk, that is the less security and safety, the greater the reward. So stocks, which are a risky investment as we've seen the last few years, also offer the greatest chance for large gains. Bonds offer a safer alternative but the rate of return is lower. Savings accounts, where your money is pretty much guaranteed to not lose money have a very low return.
So you really need to decide how much risk your willing to take in exchange for the chance to make more money.
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by agusfanani3 years ago
Do you invest your money ? What investment do you think is safe ?
by salt7 years ago
If you had a spare $1000 what would you invest it in to make money.
by Stacie L6 years ago
Many folk are worried about the stock markets now and won't invest. is this making matters worse? or is it the best time to invest?
by HarshitG5 years ago
Hey,As many would be aware of that stock market is one of better way to invest and reap benefits from . So what i want to know is do you guys really invest in Stock market or stick with Fixed deposits and bank interest...
by debjbookreview5 years ago
Is it a good idea to invest in the Iraqi Dinar ?
by CWanamaker5 years ago
What is the best way to invest money if you are just starting out?
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