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rosy
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i am looking for a place to invest into todays market. was wondering if a forclose property, or anywhere else to put 15,000 in to todays market. not interested in touching money for ten years so long term is fine any help would be nice, thought i would post and read thanks
gotcrypt
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For Long Term Investment you must invest your in that place where you can gain more returns because you want to invest for 10 years. so i would like to suggest you that invest your money in Forex Market, that will be the best for you and your money.

All d best............ Smile
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how about keeping money in bank, is it good ?



it is not a good idea.by deposit money in bank,one can never get the high returns.for good ROI money must be invested in forex market.
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If you are looking for a long term investment, then I must say real estate is the best investment option for you.


Only Real Estate is not a good option for long term investment, because real estate's growth is uncertain. there are many good option like gold ,oil, commodities, so you can also invest in these commodities, growth of these commodities are good. you can get good ROI.
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Everybody needs a place to live, so it's really not valid to call most individual real estate ownership an investment because it's also their home. That being said, real estate has historically correlated well with inflation. Over a long period of time, a person's home can turn into a significant part of their net worth, and a fairly stable part of their net worth, too. Nobody should put all tlheir eggs in one basket, so real estate ownership is just as important a part of their portfolio as are other types of assets, including commodities.

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hi there !!

Investing in Real Estate is a good investment...but I also suggest that investing part of your money in trades will also reap you benefits...

why dont you try trading

http://www.gnutrade.com
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I agree with most of what has been said in this forum. Real Estate, and Comoddities are sound investments since they are limited resources and will always be in demand.

I would also say that investing in a small investment management firm would bring you return for your money. Small investment firms on Wall St. do not take on risky investments and can manuver their capital much more quickly than larger ones. Today, at this very moment, Bernie Madoff is receiving his sentence. The world will see that justice will be brought to people who were ripped off by this unethical investor. This will increase the investors sentiment in following weeks, months, and years. Therefore, now would be a geat time to get invovled in a small investment firm. I personally would recommend a small investment management firm like Frontier Financial Advisors (www.wallstreetfrontier.com). A free ebook written by the CEO of FFA can be downloaded at http://www.wallstreetfrontier.com/12mistakes/.
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You also may want to put some of your money into gold. You won't make money by investing in gold, but it will perserve it's value no matter what is happening with the economy. It is generally recommended that you put 10 - 15 percent of your capital into gold.


There are a lot of companies taking advantage of this right now.
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Everybody needs a place to live, so it's really not valid to call most individual real estate ownership an investment because it's also their home. That being said, real estate has historically correlated well with inflation. Over a long period of time, a person's home can turn into a significant part of their net worth, and a fairly stable part of their net worth, too. Nobody should put all tlheir eggs in one basket, so real estate ownership is just as important a part of their portfolio as are other types of assets, including commodities.


I agree with you. A diversified investment is good investment. every trader must make a diversified portfolio so that they can get average returns. Reel estate is a god option for partly investment but the big part of the margin must be investment in financial market and forex market is a right place to investment, at present dollar is week and in future it will grow so beginner can invest their money on dollar.
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Does anyone really make money consistently with forex? To all forex experts here, what, if you don't mind, has been the ROI of your PERSONAL porfolio investments in forex alone?

Myself, I'm heavily into fixed income investments. But where I live, being a developing economy and all, am able to get reasonably safe corporate bonds that still yield 7-10% annually.

And from what I gather, there are quite a few savvy American investment companies and individuals that park some money here...
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Here is what you need:

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i just readout all post here ,, can i found its very intresting ... this is a very big question "Where Invest Money".... Choose mutual fund can be easy, but choosing one that consistently outperform require skills and efforts ...
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