Posts Tagged ‘investor’

Magic Bullet Investing

Monday, January 12th, 2009

You might have heard about people who made a mint by investing just once. Well, these people are like the people who visit a casino and play a slot machine and hit the jackpot. The best way to characterize these investors is just plain old lucky. I don’t even think that calling them investors is the best thing either.

An investor is someone who makes decisions based on information, calculates risk and acts on analysis with the intent of seeing results in the long term. The above example suits a day trader more than it does an investor. In order to be successful with investing you need to think long term. Unless you have a million or two to invest you wont be seeing substantial returns for your investments for a while. The best investments are those that are proven over time. They are the best because the risk is less and with a bit of patience your investments will be growing constantly. (more…)

Investments And The Market

Monday, January 12th, 2009

It doesn’t matter where you come from or what you do you should be interested in saving and investing. Many people today are investing regardless of what the market is doing going up or down. There are investment opportunities for everyone during the highs and the lows. It all depends on what your goals are and how much money you have saved.

Investing is a risky business. Your investments could double in a day or they can be constituted obsolete in one as well and it all has to do with what you invest in and the conditions of the market. According to mlhsbc.ca it is impossible to predict the fluctuations of the market with 100% accuracy it is important that you make sure you become as informed as you can so that can make calculated decisions and minimize the risks you are taking. (more…)