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types of investments


November 1, 2017


Regular Spherer

posts 17

The investment is the easiest and safest
way of making money in our times. You just have to choose the best
company or product which seems to be profitable and give a couple of
money to them.
Here are some types of investments.
You can invest on the stock market. That domain means that you buy
shares from a company and they are obligated to give you dividends
(daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) which means a long-term profit. Or, you
ca sell the shares you own for a good price.
The other way of investment is investing in a product of a company. For
example, the IT domain is growing so fast and it does not seem to stop
soon. You just invest in some of these products or come with a new idea
and if these get accepted by the people, you win. Middletown, United
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November 8, 2017


New York

Regular Spherer

posts 24

Ownership Investments

Ownership investments are what comes to mind for most people when the
word "investment" is batted around. Ownership investments are the most
volatile and profitable class of investment. The following are examples
of ownership investments:


are literally certificates that say you own a portion of a company. More
broadly speaking, all traded securities, from futures to currency
swaps, are ownership investments, even though all you may own is a
contract. When you buy one of these investments, you have a right to a
portion of a company's value or a right to carry out a certain action
(as in a futures contract).

Your expectation of profit is realized (or not) by how the market values
the asset you own the rights to. If you own shares in Sony and Sony
posts a record profit, other investors are going to want Sony shares
too. Their demand for shares drives up the price, increasing your profit
if you choose to sell the shares.


The money put into starting and running a business is an investment.
Entrepreneurship is one of the hardest investments to make because it
requires more than just money. Consequently, it is also an ownership
investment with extremely large potential returns. By creating a product
or service and selling it to people who want it, entrepreneurs can make
huge personal fortunes. Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft and one of the
world's richest men, is a prime example.

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