Thursday, November 5, 2015

14 Ways an Economist Says I Love You and Invest

No matter how cornball is sounds there is always something that drives the market.
There is no use in denying it. It's love! Without that part the market sort of
wonders around lost pondering the meaning of life knowing what it is missing.
Like a empty 10ft couch just sitting there waiting for coffee and a talk!
Ghostly ghostly couch sitting there! One of those things where a single person
can't sit on it by themselves as it has something missing to it. It's other half!
But still the couch sits there waiting, in time, in time it hopes as it says I love you
please come see me! Wishing, hoping, oh please yes!

But to note "14 Ways an Economist Says I Love You" Is really true these days.


~~~~~Tips for better investment
When it comes to choosing what investment to go for, a one-size-fits-all approach just
doesn’t work – there isn’t a single investment product that will work for everyone.
We all have a unique set of personal circumstances and individual savings goals,
and it’s only when you take a closer look at these that you can begin to answer the
question as what is the best investment for me?

Some of the best ways to invest much better are discussed:

Put it another way – when will you need access to your money?
Certain investment products run for a fixed period of time, so if you have a specific
date in mind as to when you need access to your capital, then some product types
won’t be right for you. In addition, certain investments, such as shares,
are much longer lasting and shouldn’t be considered as short term investments.

Certain assets require a lump sum investment, such as corporate bonds or when
you’re putting down a deposit to purchase a property, and others offer the flexibility
of either lump sum or regular contributions, such as a cash ISA or stocks and shares ISA.
Some investments also have a minimum financial commitment, so knowing what you
can afford and whether you plan to make a one-off or an ongoing saving is
a good starting point.

We all have different reasons for saving, and the purpose of your investment can affect
how much risk you’re prepared to take with your money. If your investment is to pay for
your children’s education, then you may be investing over a long period of time,
and looking for a higher return, as a result you may be inclined to choose a
higher-risk investment option.

There are other investment products available that can also provide a regular income
such as annuities, or corporate bond funds, alternatively you could choose to invest in
a buy-to-let property to provide you with a rental income. Consumers may wish to
seek professional advice first before taking out such products as they often require
a huge commitment.

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