You hear it discussed on the radio. You see it discussed on TV. You read about it
in the newspapers. What is the best investment? Where can you put your money and
get the best return? What is safe and what is not? How can you ensure your own survival
during bad economic times? The answer may be closer and simpler than you think.
Let’s start off by defining a commonly used term, “Return On Investment” (ROI). This
is a pretty simple concept. You invest $100 and that investment makes $10 over the
next year. This would be a 10% annual ROI. Of course this assumes that the original
$100 is safe and still worth $100. When you invest your money into a savings account
at a bank there is a pretty small ROI, so investors have turned to CD’s, stocks and
bonds, to name a few. Generally, the higher potential ROI, the greater the risk that
you could lose your investment money altogether. To add to this inherent risk factor
is the state of the economy and the general lack of confidence in Wall Street. What
used to be a simple decision to invest in stocks or something of the sort becomes
not so simple, a little scary and possibly dangerous. Enron used to look like a great
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