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is it perfet time for investment ?????? if yes, where?

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    tarun.durgapurposted 7 years ago

    is it perfet time for investment ?????? if yes, where?

  2. Midasfx profile image65
    Midasfxposted 7 years ago

    I'm always a big fan of foreign investments.

    I have been scoffing up shares in TABRX for about 18 months now. Its a newer fund ( started in 2007 ) and I think it will be back up to its previous highs in no time. its at $13 now, and I strongly believe it will be at/around  the $18-20 level soon enough.

    TABRX is a Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund that invests in companies in or owned by ~ Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

    * of course these are just my opinions ^_^

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    ThePeeDeeWildcatposted 7 years ago

    The answer is yes. As to what and where to invest, much depends upon your patience, skill, a certain amount of timing, a certain amount of good luck and, of course, how much money with which one has to invest. As per all financial ads, make sure that you can afford TO LOSE whatever amount that you invest. In other words, don't bet the farm on an investment! It's best to be conservative with one's investing habits. Another key is to study thoroughly the company or companies that one is interested in acquiring. Management, financial data, company history, etc. Learn as much as you can about any investment over the internet. It's a library at your fingertips.

  4. chan0512 profile image60
    chan0512posted 7 years ago

    Yes and No. Yes, if you know what/why you are investing. If you are investing for 20% gain in short term, then the answer is No. You need to understand the product before do any investment. Also, never trust anybody but yourself. Do research about your investment product either it is a stock, bond, mutual fund, etf, cef, etc. It is your money after all, not mine, not anybody. I hope that help.

  5. yenajeon profile image80
    yenajeonposted 7 years ago

    The perfect time was 7 months ago with Ford. They were at a dollar!!!!!
    Many lucky people caught a HUGE windfall when it reached 14.

  6. NikenDiana profile image53
    NikenDianaposted 7 years ago

    well....concerning with Global warming issues..i would rather more try to look investment in save this planet...i mean we live on it so at least we have to be care about this.
    as a sample...lots of woods had been cut..for houses and industrial needs. without see the negative effect from it which make the nature not in balance which can cause lots of disaster..
    why don't we try simple like change woods with Bamboo??
    it's fast growing plant .. easy growth i think..lots function (the roots, the trees it self etc) ...
    we can make it as flooring, beams as construction to replace wood..

    Where?? can be in tropical country or even in your own coutry if you can growth bamboo there.

    well..it's only my opinion..may it can be 1 of your choices
    for sure you can choose other investment what is match with your needs. Good luck

  7. jdragonfly profile image53
    jdragonflyposted 7 years ago

    oy vey...define "investment."  Stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, gold, silver, and other precious metals are rarely investments - mostly they are gambles according to Benjamin Graham, the Dean of Wall Street and Warren Buffett's mentor.
    Safety of principal and a reasonable--that's 5% or less--rate of return are the hallmarks of "investments."  a solid "savings" program is more efficient and more reliable.  participating whole life insurance is even better.

  8. aniketgore profile image65
    aniketgoreposted 7 years ago

    I think you should wait for the market to fall down some point to think about the investment.