Successful Property Investment: 5 Common Mistakes To Avoid
With rising property prices throughout the country and especially in our towns and cities, investing in property can seem like a sure fire way to make money. Successful property investment, however, requires careful planning and preparation so let’s look at some common mistakes that novice landlords often make. Not making sure the numbers add up. Making sure the numbers add up goes beyond the initial purchase price.
Calling All Investors: Top Tips On Investing To Maximise Rewards And Minimise Risk
If you’re like the average Kiwi investor, then your primary investment aim is protecting your investments against inflation and growing capital to cover you in your retirement. However, those traditional investments such as cash and term deposits that offer a high degree of certainty and stability often struggle to achieve a decent return once inflation and tax have been taken into account.
Successful Investment: Four Principles To Guide You
A successful investor is one that maximises gains and minimises losses, right? Yes, we all instinctively know what makes for successful investment, but how do you actually go about mitigating risk without sacrificing the returns? The trick is to have clear objectives from the outset and to stick with the plan. In this article we look at the key strategies effective investors use to achieve success. Have a clear plan…
Should You or Should You Not Diversify Your Investment Portfolio?
When it comes to investment strategies, you often hear the term diversification. It’s a fancy word used in the investment world, and means that you spread your money out into various investments rather than putting the money into one basket. Therefore, you put your money into various companies… not one! Don’t just invest in the U.S. stock market; invest in the international one as well.
How to Borrow Unsecured Monies
Want to borrow some money? Don’t have a house you own to use for collateral? Here are some do’s and dont’s to guide you. Start with the big guns: If you need to borrow some money as an unsecured loan, your first port of call should be your own bank, where your wages go into. The reason why you should go to a major bank is because of the structure of the unsecured loan
Commercial Property Investment
A commercial property is generally a property that is leased to a business, such as office or retail space. Commercial property investment in New Zealand offers investors good opportunities to make stable long term returns. However, it is probably not suitable for the everyday investor looking to make some money in property. The research and analysis required is more rigorous than that needed for a residential property investment, and obtaining finance and servicing loans can also be more difficult…
What are cash and fixed interest investments? New Zealand cash investment and fixed interest investments involve you as an investor lending your money to a bank or other organisation in return for interest payments. Risks associated with this form of investment are generally the lowest of all asset classes. Fixed interest and cash investment in New Zealand will normally produce a regular, reliable income, whilst protecting your initial capital and providing the additional advantage of a relatively liquid investment…
Forex Robots Can Transform the Way You Trade
Trading currency pairs to make money is not new; it has been done for decades by traders around the world. However, there have been several developments over the years in terms of tools and methods to trade currency pairs and profit from the same. In this pursuit some traders invented Forex robots as well which are being used to do technically loss-proof trading. Thus, using Forex robots, traders are able to manage trade competitively…