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Discussion in 'Newbie Helpdesk' started by InvestEx, Oct 3, 2018.
I've been leaning towards real estate, but would love some opinions?
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Maybe look into crypto for the long term, or stocks.
Digital currency trade would be a good option and forex of course, but you would have to learn well before you start. Being here is a good start and other online tutors, I suggest the above because it's what's trending right now and you can do it at your convenience.
If I may ask. why are you considering real estate, is there a particular reason? If there is and you know and have done feasibility study on it, then I suggest you go for it. You could also consider the above comment regarding crypto and stock. For me I chose Forex and Crypto on a long term. The broker I use is called Forexchief and the minimum deposit is $100. I wish you all the best.
This is a great question, there must be a reason why he had that option in mind. This why I treasure this forum, the folks here have great minds. Nice one Fredrick!
Yeah, sometimes we just have to think out of the box and not give rushed advise.
You should invest it in forex since you are showing interest, and am sure there is a reason why you don't want to invest in real-estate. So learn about the market and invest in it.
I definitely wouldn't recommend trading digital currencies like some of the members above said. Digital currencies aren't investments because they aren't necessarily appreciating assets. How much do you know about investing? Have you considered talking to a financial advisor? If your stable enough to support an investment in RE and already have an interest, I'd say you should look into it.
If this is your 1st investment and it took you years to save that 50k, I'd definitely recommend talking to an advisor and looking over your finances carefully.