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Are bonds good enough? Any better option?

Discussion in 'Bonds' started by john lewis, Jul 20, 2020.

  1. john lewis

    john lewis Registered

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    Planning to invest in a profitable yet flexible asset that offers good liquidity? Are bonds good enough? Any better option?
     
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    Well, of course, you can go with bonds. They are reliable and have low risk. But, I am not so sure about flexibility. You may not be able to break a bond before a fixed period (bond period). Please check this before you invest.

    Certificates of deposit are also a nice option, but the returns are comparatively lower. And again, you cannot get out of it before the maturity date.

    I have a better option for you.

    WISE staking. Staking or locking up your funds in WISE is just like buying bonds. You earn interest for the period of stake. Only it is more flexible, as you can withdraw your interest at any time during the period as well as liquidate your funds for cash in case of need. The returns are also higher in WISE compared to traditional options like bonds and CDs. Do check it out.
     
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    What you want to go for is dividend paying stocks. I can't give you any links but I am sure you can find information about this.

    On top of that, I will give further information about great ways to buy stocks that can be very rewarding. They say in time of crisis, cash is king. Well I just read an article that cash always ends up being in Negative value, especially in time of heavy inflation.

    So gold and precious metals like silver can actually see their price rise.

    Bear in mind that...
     
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    Depends on your exact goals but like it was said before it bonds are not very flexible. They are low risk and good for people who don't have much experience in investing but you can do better with stocks in terms of profit.
     
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    Very true. I think it's a safe way to invest unless there is a war or if, for instance, the chosen municipality is either going bankrupt or disappears, due to lack of citizen ( a rare occurrence, although more common in some region nowadays, especially in North America) to ''man the city''.
     

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