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The right balance

If someone invests in a single share, a single business, a single country or a single sector, that person is taking an unnecessary risk. In that case, it only takes one bad turn to lose a lot of money. In order to become a good investor, you will need to find a balance between high returns and the level of risk. When it comes to small investments, spreading them out is less important and might even be unwise, as the transaction costs per unit would be relatively high. However, if you do have a considerable sum to invest, you should diversify. You can invest in:

  • Stocks;
  • Property;
  • Bonds;
  • A savings account;
  • A house;
  • Raw materials.

Many studies indicate that people who properly spread out their investments, get the best returns in the long run. It is better to get stable returns on your money than to have to recoup what you lost in the stock market. It will let you sleep a lot easier as well.

Investing successfully in Property

In general, property is seen as an interesting investment category both for institutional investors and wealthy private citizens. In part due to the low interest rate and returns for, for instance, bonds and the volatility of the stock market, people are looking to property as an investment more and more.

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