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Sep 11, 2018, 13:20
Long term investing strategies for higher returns
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Do you want to invest your money? Do you want to avoid risks in your investment? Do you want good yearly returns? Then why don’t you invest for a long term?


When many of us think about investing, movies like ‘Wolf of the Wall Street’, ‘Boiler Room’ strikes mind with their short-term trading and dramatic gain. The real investing world is completely different from the reel world. The real world of investment looks nothing like what Hollywood movies portray. You need to know various strategies before investing for long term.


We will provide you long-term investment strategies to get more returns and avoid the risk

 

1.    Keep your finances and investments separate:

To maintain a well-organized investment portfolio, it is important to keep your investments and general finances separate. Simply pouring all of your available funds into one account can cause problems. It is advisable to create separate bank accounts to manage your funds correctly. Keep an account to store your salary and maintain a separate saving account that you use to transfer funds into your various investments.

 

2.    Diversify your portfolio:

Diversification is a key to a successful long-term investment. To avoid risk, investors can diversify their portfolio. No single investment can guarantee you to get large profit. Therefore it is always preferable to spread your investments and minimize the risk associated with it.
E.g. if you have 10 investments and 1 of them went into losses, then you still have 90% profitable investments. If you only have 2 investments and 1 of them went into the losses, then only 50% of your investments are in profits.

 

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