Do you want to get rich quick? Statistics say that only 1 in 4000 people will. Though the reality of that is dampening, don’t let it hold you back!
Getting rich the old fashioned way is much more likely (and safer in the long run). Here are a few clues on how to invest whilst avoiding financial investments that may lead to loss.
- [03.49] Whatever you invest in, you need to understand.
- [06.04] Be very careful who you accept advice from.
- [11.57] Be careful of the amount you invest.
- [15.24] If it’s too good to be true, it’s too good to be true!
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“There truly is NO investment that is well suited for every human being. Because our context is totally different to our twin brother; our financial situation is completely different to our neighbour; and our financial behaviour is often even totally different to our life partner.“ – Lisa Linfield
“You need to be very clear about the investment credentials of the person who is advising you AND they need to know and understand your financial position.” – Lisa Linfield
“NEVER borrow money to invest in anything except the house you live in – where there is an asset that backs that investment that you can sell if things go pear-shaped.” – Lisa Linfield
“If it’s too good to be true, it’s too good to be true!” – Lisa Linfield