Where should I invest my money?

Philippines
December 15, 2006 2:25am CST
Where do you think could be a good investment for me to invest my money. It's really not a big amount but I would like to know how to put it in a good investment. Please do post some suggestions.
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@cheenlly (3485)
• Philippines
15 Dec 06
well for me invest it on a business like putting up an internet cafe since you like to surf in the internet. You can start for a few seat like 5 seats.
• Philippines
15 Dec 06
I tried consulting that business with my friends but it seems that my money is not enough, and besides they tell me that if you are to start up an internet cafe, you should have at least thirty computers to hit profit.
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@cheenlly (3485)
• Philippines
16 Dec 06
of course not. I have seen many internet cafes who only have 5 seats. It really depends on you how you handle such kind of business. Start with 5 seats then if you were able to save from the profit buy another one until you reach the maximum seats you want.
@gscs1838 (1536)
• Malaysia
24 Dec 06
yeah! i am interesting to open one . anyone want to join..
@carb0nex (32)
• United States
24 Dec 06
Looking for person that need something that you can get in ebay cheaper, Try to buy stuff in ebay and sell it with some profit. Start with stuff that not spend much money.
@gscs1838 (1536)
• Malaysia
24 Dec 06
hi! are you doing business in ebay? can share some idea...
@Piratesware (2893)
• Indonesia
24 Dec 06
hmmin marketiva play a forex .. it's easy to play just wait until up or down..just need more patient
@SSorel (178)
• Romania
24 Dec 06
you have money and you don`t know where you investment ? :) If I have money I buy some stock holdings.
@humaaaa (1392)
• Pakistan
24 Dec 06
hmmm i guess i'll buy a new mouse for my computer the old one has lost its colors ... i don't know i may buy something else too.
@pintuzeza (188)
• Indonesia
24 Dec 06
put in HYIP plans or FOREX trading.
@idrob2006 (317)
• Indonesia
20 Dec 06
It is all depend on where you live, how much risk are you willing to take, how much money do you want to invest. If you can tell me all that, I might help you on certain thing Thanks
@feverish (108)
• Philippines
20 Dec 06
I know of a 5-year bank time deposit that offers a guaranteed interest rate of 20% per annum, tax-free. Interest payouts are monthly; i.e., your interest earnings are auto-transferred to your primary savings account every month. Because of this, you retain your liquidity...unlike in most programs where you have to lock in your funds (both principal and interest) for the entire maturity period. This product is available in 14 local banks.
@firdaus (686)
• Malaysia
19 Dec 06
hmm. swiscash can be trusted..
@michele609 (1687)
• United States
19 Dec 06
But before you take his advice, or anyone else's, you need to give yourself a basic foundation and understanding of how money works. As you can tell from Yahoo! Answers, if you ask the question of where to invest, everyone will give you a different answer? How will you know who's advice is best? So get smart about your money. No broker or financial adviser is ever going to care as much about your money as you will. Sure, they'd like you to make a lot of money because that means you'll come back to them. But if they have to make a choice, they'll usually choose to put money in their pockets over yours. That's how commissions work. Anyway, I'd recommend "The Only Investment Guide You'll Ever Need" by Andrew Tobias. It's the book I give to high school graduates, college graduates, and newlyweds. There must be something good about it, because time and time again, people come back to me (sometimes years later) and thank me for giving them that book. It will give a basic understanding of how investments work; then you can decide for yourself if it will serve you for the rest of your life or if you need to further your education.
• India
19 Dec 06
invest your money in share market.
• Singapore
19 Dec 06
I am a forex trader, so naturally, I would say that. :) I believe that with the power of compounding and better leverage on the forex market, your capital will grow exponentially. Just calculate for US$2K, and a 12% monthly increase, just check where you will be after 5 years. I coach people to get started on forex trading and my results can be found at www.forex4aliving.blogspot.com
@satlove (1111)
• India
16 Dec 06
you should invest money on buying shares of a good profitable organisation
16 Dec 06
Put your money in the bank, if you think that you have an opportunity, think about it and try consulting other people. You can also put it in mutual funds.