How to Double Your Stock and Mutual Fund Investments

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Tips For Doubling Your Money With Stocks And Mutual Fund Investments

While having a job may pay your bills for the time being, it is not an absolute way to ensure you will have a good financial future. There are only so many hours to work each day and when we simply trade time for money we will never be able to get the financial success we crave. To get ahead and prepare for a sound financial future, you need to put your money to work for you in investments. There are many ways to invest that are both short-term and long-term. If you want to try and double your money within a year or two, below are some tips for doing so.

Smart Investing

To begin, we should start with liabilities. These are items that we spend money on each month that do not generate any sort of income for us. These can include your biggest assets such as your home or car. While a home is a good asset to have, many people get confused about what an asset truly is. If you are still paying your home, it is not truly an asset yet. Assets are items that you own that are worth money but you are not paying money towards it. If you rent out a home that you own and earn an income from it, that is considered an asset.

 Stocks And Bonds

Both stocks and bonds can be very profitable if you know how to handle them correctly. Anyone can learn how to invest with them if they take the time to. Learning all about the ins and outs of trading bonds and stocks is a great way to begin generating some good income without having to sell your precious time for wages. When you buy a stock, you are essentially buying parts of a company. This entitles you to a percentage of their profits or dividends. Investing in stocks can be risky if you don’t know what you are doing. The stock market can vary wildly from day-to-day.

Bonds are considered more of a safer type of investment. With bonds, you are essentially loaning money to a company in order to earn interest on that loan. Each bond has a maturity rate and you can cash it in after that time period. If you are looking for guaranteed profits, bonds are a better option than stocks. However, if you are an aggressive investor and are wanting to make profits in shorter time frames, stocks are the better option even though they carry more risk. If you want to get into buying stocks and bonds but have no cash on hand, you can get started if you want to invest with a title loan. You can use your car title to get a loan in order to buy some stocks or bonds.

Mutual Funds

When you combine both stocks and bonds, you get mutual funds. When you invest in a mutual fund, you are essentially adding your funds to a pool of funds with other investors and then hiring a mutual fund investor to invest the money in a way they best see fit. Mutual fund investments are great because they are perfect for those that are just starting out with investing and are still learning the ropes. The manager that is hired will actively monitor all of the funds and make adjustments as they need to to render you the best results possible.

 

7 thoughts on “How to Double Your Stock and Mutual Fund Investments

    • Hi Jan,
      I think some people arent convinced that the news release from Friday indicates anything. I think it paints a pretty good picture of what the resources available are. Its probably that and/or someone dumping to make a quick profit. The volume at which the stock rose on Friday looks pretty good….will be interesting to see if it catches the eye of some institutions.

      cheers
      R2R

  1. Great introductory post – I’d add that the single most important thing is just to get started! If you can do that, at relatively low cost, your future self is sure to thank you!

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