28 Nov Property

Property  Property is the most understood form of investment as it is tangible – you can walk through it, touch it, alter it, insure it and even demolish it. On the other hand, it can be vandalised, burnt down, flooded or simply neglected. Property comes in...

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21 Nov Shares

Shares Shares are normally highly liquid. They have both income and growth characteristics and come in a myriad of styles. Shares are intangible and are a notional way of dividing up a company’s performance and profits into small parcels that are offered to investors to fund...

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14 Nov Cash

Cash By cash we mean the holding of liquid money at short to medium term rates. The following are some examples of cash investments: Cash management accounts Term deposits Registered mortgages Government bonds Promissory notes Bills of exchange Annuities (Swiss annuities) Cash investments are considered low risk...

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07 Nov I = INVESTMENT

I = INVESTMENT Sometimes in the investment world you are going to make good decisions and sometimes you are going to make bad decisions. However, there is one thing that is certain. The higher your level of knowledge on a particular topic, the lower your risk...

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