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Investing from Our Apartments in Mount Dora, FL

If you’ve ever wanted to have a new source of income, or are tired of watching your money sit in your bank account collecting minimal interest, then investing may be for you. While investing is a complex process involving multiple types of money management, this article will seek to give a general outline of the different types of investments available and the options that new investors might be most interested in.

Some of the most common types of investments are:

  • Stocks – Stocks (also known as equities) are the divided pieces of a company that it has chosen to sell off to generate revenue. If you purchase stock in a business, as a part owner of the company, you can attend shareholder meetings and may receive periodic dividends, or leftover profits that the company dispenses to its stockholders. If the company’s value (and stock) rises, you can also sell off your shares for a greater amount of money than what you purchased them for, often the biggest windfall from stock investment. The drawback to this high earning potential is that stocks are considered mid- to high-risk investments, and their inherent volatility means that you could indeed make money, but the chance also exists that you could lose your investment. Before investing in stocks, you should consider doing research into the companies you plan to invest in, or see a financial advisor to better assess your risk tolerance.
  • Bonds – A type of investment also called fixed-income securities, bonds are a type of security in which you lend your money to a company or government. In return, they agree to give you interest on your contribution and eventually pay back the money you lent. Bonds are a relatively safe investment, especially government bonds or those from stable, secure companies, so they are an attractive first-time investment. However, the pitfall to this increased safety is that the potential return is much lower, on average, than with other types of investments.
  • Mutual Funds – Mutual funds are a collection of stocks and bonds. By buying into a mutual fund, you are pooling your money with a group of other investors, and this collective fund will then be managed and (hopefully) steered to maximum profit by a professional. The primary advantage of mutual funds is that you can invest quickly and with far less research than most investments, and while mutual funds can often prove to be quite profitable, they are generally considered to be lower risk than individual stock market investments.
  • Commodities – Commodities include gold, silver, oil, farm products such as cotton or wheat, and any other essential products used by society. The prices of commodities are driven mostly by supply and demand, and this makes their futures very hard to predict. While investing in commodities carries the potential of great returns, their unpredictability means that they are investments best left to seasoned investors or investment professionals.

At Veranda Apartment Homes, we hope this brief guide will present you with a helpful outline for you to successfully invest from the comfort of our apartments in Mount Dora, FL.