How Investing Can Grow Your Money

Aug-26-2021Blog by – Mr. Ashish AjmeraRead Time: 3 Min.Word Count: 728
198How Investing Can Grow Your Money

“If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work till you die”  - stated the world’s sixth richest man and investment expert, Warren Buffett. 

It is very clear that you can earn a living by working, but investing is what can make you wealthy. Investing is one of the most common ways people jump from spending money to saving money. You do not need to be ultra-wealthy to start investing, you just need to be frugal when you start so that you can invest as many savings as you have. 

With a plethora of information and free investment advisory services available on the internet it can get hard to choose the best investment plan from so many best investment options. 

Are you ready to start Investing? 

* You should have your debts in control first, have a plan to pay off your student loan, have a clear credit balance and have all of your liabilities in check. 

* Make a financially predominant plan. What are your goals, how much money do you want to make in the future, how much are you willing to save, invest and spend? 

* Invest because you want to, not because everyone around you is doing it. Understand the concept, do the research and then decide for yourself. 

Why is saving no longer lucrative, why is investment the only beneficial option? 

The interest that various saving plans provide just isn’t enough to make you wealthy or even keep up with inflation over time. Making investments is the only way if you want to see your money grow efficiently and exponentially. While some investments might seem risky, there are a lot of safe options, and a lot of long-term benefits can be derived from them. 

What are some of the best ways to invest money? 

The best way to invest will be different for everyone. There isn`t one standard idea that fits all when it comes to investments. However the sooner you start investing the more money you will make and the safer you will feel during your retirement. 

* Investing for an easier retirement.

Investing for an easier retirement is the best investment plan for most people as having the financial freedom to enjoy your golden days relaxing, instead of working will feel great. You can ask your employer about their 401(K) or get an individual retirement arrangement account ( IRA ). Usually, in retirement plans, money is deducted from your salary and you will also get some tax benefits but at the same time withdrawing your investment can have consequences. 

* Investing for short-term benefits. 

Investing for short-term benefits is exactly the opposite of investing for retirement. It is risky and you will need to stay very alert about the market trends that you’re investing in. An online investment broker can help you make the right choices. Usually, short-term investments are made in the stock market as it is unpredictable and the rates keep changing every day hence you can withdraw anytime you feel it has benefited you the most. 

* Other viable options for long term investment 

One of the other viable options for long-term investment is investing in a real estate property. Although it is quite expensive and hard to find the correct location and the results are long term, it can make you wealthy considering the rents and the market rates. 

The more diverse your portfolio - which is a collection of your investments, the better returns you’re likely to get. Purchasing exchange-traded funds or index funds can help you track large sectors of the market in one investment and you can trade them as often as you like, while in mutual funds there are limits in how frequently you can trade them. 

* Investing in bonds. 

If you’re not a risk-taker, then you should opt for investing in bonds rather than the stock market. There are two ways bonds can be beneficial for you. The traditional way is to wait till the bonds mature and earn the interest on them, and the second way is to sell your bonds for a price higher than the one you bought them for. 

You can choose from all of the above investment options to find the best fit for you, and start making passive income. 

Also Read: 5 Best Investment Options For Youngsters

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Jitesh Mhatre

Give this blog a read if you want to learn how to start investing and growing your money. I personally invest in equities or stocks. I started my equity investment by opening a Demat account with IIFL Securities.

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