The answer is it depends on your objective. Are you preparing for a “doomsday” scenario? Are you trying to save some extra income? Are you speculating with the fluctuating price of these commodities in order to make a profit? Most people answer me that first & foremost they are worried about the “doomsday” scenario. The […]
Alternative Investments is a growing sector of investing allocations. As securities’ yields continue to plummet, with no end in sight and real ROI on the stock market approaches 0 -that’s zero, savvy investors seek the more traditional investment vehicles which afford a real rate of return above inflation while hedging against capital loss.
Banks make over 200% when they lend on real estate. Instead of them making this money off of you, you can be at the receiving end by becoming the banker. This can be done even with a small capital.
Too little return on investment, not knowing what the rate of return will be –because of fluctuations on the economy, putting too much money at risk, the need for cash flow to pay for bills & expenses and tying your capital for a long period of time are the most common problems that investors face.
Business people instinctively know the difference between spendable assets & storing value for the future. We sometimes make the wrong investment decisions by not knowing the two types of currency used to achieve preservation of value versus spendable cash.