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    Market looks like its due for a downturn anytime soon so I personally would hold on to my money for a while. Although my self storage business seems to be doing quite well. Here's hoping that we're evergreen even through a bad economy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aporenhjulmand View Post
    As if this question hasn't been asked enough, but i would like to know where you guys are investing.
    i want to say what exact you mean for invest ? or where you want to invest. what is your plan.

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    I've only ever invested in stocks and mutual funds within my country. I have not dabbled with foreign investments. For one, I still have a long way to go and a lot of studying is involved to actually move in the proper direction. For now, domestic investment is safer. When I get the hang of things, I might try my hand at investing in companies from fellow ASEAN nations. Europe isn't in good condition due to Brexit and refugee issues. America's always at war so it seems like East and Southeast Asian countries are the most stable areas for investment in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xTinx View Post
    I've only ever invested in stocks and mutual funds within my country. I have not dabbled with foreign investments. For one, I still have a long way to go and a lot of studying is involved to actually move in the proper direction. For now, domestic investment is safer. When I get the hang of things, I might try my hand at investing in companies from fellow ASEAN nations. Europe isn't in good condition due to Brexit and refugee issues. America's always at war so it seems like East and Southeast Asian countries are the most stable areas for investment in the near future.
    Yeah, that BREXIT is a huge issue and even the economic index by one observer group is also affected. But in fairness to wise investors, it is a good time to invest in futures where the expected prices would increase when things stabilize in Great Britain. But I would have the chance to invest, I would probably invest in electronic items since it is a fast-selling product so the return on investment is also quick. Although I have corporate stocks as a grant from our company, I have no knowledge in the stock market and maybe if I would have money for investment then it would be real estate.

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    Brexit as obviously had a massive impact on the rate of the Pound Sterling, and so I think a lot of countries will be looking at buying products from the UK while the price is still low. This won't last forever though, and while there is still no sign that the rate of the Pound is going to increase significantly anytime soon, I have no doubt that when the UK actually does come out of the EU the prices will start to rise and then stabilise at a higher rate than what they are now.

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    I have never made any investments, so to speak, except in my own small home business. I have never had the cash flow to do so. However, I used to jokingly say that people should invest in toilet paper companies and potato farms. After all, we never stop needing/using those two things, do we?

    But seriously, I have heard good things about investing in the big name companies, especially those that do create products that are not going out of style. Companies that manufacture food, for instance, are usually a decent investment provided that they are solid and have a good reputation. While you may not make millions, you are less likely to lose here than if you inveset in a start-up company. There is less risk, even if less potential for high rewards.

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    I believe that it would be better to invest in an area where your money is able to realise a rapid rate of return. Investing in goods and services where there is reasonable demand and even if the returns may be small but there is a good demand so that your money will turn over in a way that you could enjoy a better value than if it was placed on deposit or kept in an account at the bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xTinx View Post
    I've only ever invested in stocks and mutual funds within my country. I have not dabbled with foreign investments. For one, I still have a long way to go and a lot of studying is involved to actually move in the proper direction. For now, domestic investment is safer. When I get the hang of things, I might try my hand at investing in companies from fellow ASEAN nations. Europe isn't in good condition due to Brexit and refugee issues. America's always at war so it seems like East and Southeast Asian countries are the most stable areas for investment in the near future.
    In which country do you live?

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    With personal money, we have plans of buying a big lot with my retirement pay. We will build an apartment and live on the rent. Maybe a 4-door apartment will do since there's only my husband and me. We don't intend to put up a business anymore because of our sad experience with the retailing of computer supplies before. Our retirement plans is to take it easy and just live with what we would have. I think my retirement pay would be more than enough even if we live for 30 more years.

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