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but nowadays u cannot buy for 10 000 or 20 000 usd nice house.....



That is really not true today, I saw some ads for amazing deals on homes in Detroit.

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how about keeping money in bank, is it good ?
Post Thu Apr 16, 2009 6:21 am
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how about keeping money in bank, is it good ?

Only if you want to watch it evaporate with inflation.

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I've been recommending that people try peer to peer lending.

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I think it is wise today to invest in e-currencies backed by gold, especially now, in view of the economic crisis. If that represents a significant portion of your net worth, then I would slowly move it into an investment that you like for the long haul.
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Buying the property is the good one. See there is always a demand for property , so it will return you well. But real estate investment may be a risky one cause you will have a good return when the economy is good and people have enough money to buy. Otherwise no hope in Real estate.
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Corporate Earnings  Reply with quote  

You can track corporate earnings, stocks and gov't spending at Fortune500Earnings (http://www.fortune500earnings.com). This can help compare company earnings and resulting stock prices.
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have you tried the banking investments?
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I'm still kicking myself for not buying citigroup when it was under a dollar then 4 days later after I said I wanted to buy it it triples. Hard to say where to put your money right now. I would look at some of these big companies that have been beat up for good long term investments.

I wouldn't buy gold. Platinum looks to be a better value.
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if you are looking for investment the best avenue is forex trading because you don't need much knowledge you smart broker will do the whole things. if you want a good broker you can use avafx as they are offering some bonus right away of about $100 for depositing just $200 with this code AVAQZ12. Not only avafx fxcm and etoro is also offering some bonus but the depositing amount is little bit on the higher site.
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No one ever actually says which one is the better. I never found a strait answer form anywhere. I think there are some institutions that provide competitive analysis service for this sort of thing.Like ecompetitors. You can have a look for them.
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Penny saved is penny earned. Plan & invest your money with the proper guidance. It helps you on growing & protecting your financial future, it also reduces your debt & helps to students to raise their college funds. Stability is assured by the best way to invest money.
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If you are planning for long term investment so take some LIC policy.
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quote:
Originally posted by gotcrypt
i was going to wait till first of the year to by a condo for rental, wanted to see if they would go down further in price.
as far as a business that will be a year or so of just getting around to getting contractors lic.
i was just looking for a place to put money now, but if need be i will keep it in the bank, where it can be safe Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad


If you deposit your money in any bank, you will not gain more interest, if you want to get more interest or return, you must invest your money in forex trading,forex trading is good place for investing money and making money also. so start forex trading with small investment.

All the best......... Very Happy
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