1. If your conservative a CD ( Certificate of Deposit ) at the bank. Although the yield is very low right now there's Zero risk to principal. You can sleep very well at night knowing your money is safe.
2. In today's extremely undervalued Real Estate market with interest rates still low. I would definitely be a home buyer. Especially on the west coast of the USA. CA, AZ, etc.
A buyer of Raw Unimproved land as well.
It's really just a variation of the "buy low, sell high" theme, so it wasn't my idea. I always try to keep enough cash available so that if I spot a temporarily distressed stock, I can snap it up on the cheap. My best returns came from when the market hit bottom in March of 2009.
Even though the economy is down I still think investing in property is a good one.
Seeing that property prices have fallen and no body can invest in diamonds these days i would probably go for myself. Invest in your self and it would probably be more fruitfull.
How about note and trust deed investing secured by real estate?
I invested in my first note a couple months ago and now get interest-only payments on a private money loan that the borrower is using to fix up a house she bought and will payoff once repairs are done and she either refis or sells. It was at 12% rate.
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