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When is it Wise Not to Invest

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Choosing Your InvestmentsYou may not be able to achieve the future you want if you do not have the financial plan to bring you to the Promised Land. The right financial plan can show you the way to your dreams but you still need to find the right way to implement that plan. This is a highly personal financial roadmap, so the decisions specified in this plan will also be based on your comfort level.

Stocks – Don’t Invest Unless You Are Comfortable and Understand the Risks.

Everyone has dreams and these plans will give you a concrete and defined way towards that dream that work within your comfort levels. You should not ever invest in any company, stock, bond or even a savings account if you are not comfortable investing that money, you must stop and go take a few moments to look for other options.

Get Rich Quick Schemes

You should also be wary about investing money in get rich quick schemes. If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. So, protect yourself by getting a second opinion.

Another reason, you should think twice about investing is if you have an immediate need for the money. It is good to keep it safe in the bank but if you need the money within just a couple of months it would not be wise to put it in any other investment, because you need to take it out of the investment before it pays off. In some cases, there are fees for getting out of the investment.

Beware Investment Adviser

Aside from this, it is important that you trust the person you are investing with. He or she must have the experience and the know how to give you the right advice. Beware if an investment adviser ever tells you that there is no way you could lose in an investment. All investments have a way to lose. There is no sure way to make money because if there were, everyone would be rich now.

[sws_green_box box_size="468"] The key is to find a balance between risk and reward. It is always smart to invest but it is important to know where you are investing it and if it is the right time to make the investment. [/sws_green_box]


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Ted is a clever and witty finance freelance writer who loves to share tips on money management, retirement planning and budgeting.

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