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        Types of investments. There are several ways to invest your money. Each type of investment offers distinct benefits, risks and carries certain costs and trading fees. Below are some of the most common.

        Bonds
        Bonds are securities founded on debt. Bonds can provide a steady stream of income. Lend out your money by purchasing bonds. You will earn interest on the money you lent and eventually be paid back your initial investment.

        CDs (Certificates of Deposit)
        A CD is a low risk investment deposit account that has higher interest yields than a savings account. You invest your money in CDs as a fixed investment for a fixed amount of time at a fixed rate.

        Forex
        Forex is short for Foreign Exchange it is also known as FX. The FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FOREX, FX) market is not a "market" in the traditional sense. There is no centralized location for trading as there is in futures or stocks. Trading occurs around the clock over the telephone and on computer terminals at thousands of locations worldwide.

        Peer to Peer Lending
        Investment opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs as lenders.  Returns can be greater than 10%.

        Precious Metals
        Precious metals are widely regarded as a defensive asset that can provide a level of security for an investor’s principal during volatile economic times. Over the past 40 years, precious metals have continued to maintain their value and have gradually risen in value; in fact, gold has increased well over 300% in value over the past five years.

        Stocks
        Stocks (equities)
        Purchase a share (or shares) of a business, makes you a shareholder and you can receive profits (dividends). If the company you purchased stocks in is profitable your share (%) increases in value.

        Money Market Accounts
        A money market account is similiar to a savings account. With a money market account you gain savings with a higher interest rate but they have higher minimum balance requirements.

        Mutual Funds (equities & securities = stocks and bonds)
        Generally you will hire a professional investor to manage your mutual funds. Investment strategies differ but involve purchasing a mixture of stocks and bonds.









        Avoid - SEC FRAUD WARNING

        Binary Options - Avoid
        Binary Options are extremly short term all or nothing type of options. You invest a certain amount of money and it pays out a certain percentage and it has an expiration time (usually one hour investment but can also be a full day).





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