What the Smart Money Doesn’t Know
Many people have been buying stocks in 2021, celebrating the partial retreat of the pandemic and reopening of economies.Read Blog
Currently, interest rates on savings are around, or even below, zero percent. That makes what to do with your savings a burning question. If you want to make a return on your money, there’s no alternative to considering other investment options.
Investing, if you do it wisely, can lead in the long run to attractive returns. There are a number of guidelines that will help you to be successful, as well as potential pitfalls to avoid. It’s crucial to understand the inherent risks and to mitigate them.
Individual investors typically invest in one of the four following asset classes, beyond cash. Each of them has its own risk and return profile, and its own place in an investor’s portfolio. Click on the following buttons in order to find out more about each asset class:This information is intended only to provide general and preliminary information to investors and shall not be construed as investment, legal or tax advice. For questions regarding investing or trading please contact your advisor, brokerage or bank. Please contact your tax advisor before making an investment.