Investing into your own business or investing into financial securities, which one earns you, BETTER?-Financial & Business Advice
In actual Fact, both have high and low success rates. You can primarily start a business from scratch and lose your whole money. You can equally invest into some kind of financial security, and lose almost all your whole money, when that business goes down. However, you could as well start with little income or capital, and grow your business from the scratch to the top, by reinvesting your profits or perhaps, acquiring some loan assistance.
Meanwhile, if you should put the same little income into buying financial securities, you may not get anything substantial in return for so many years. So indeed, it can take almost your entire life for that money to mature, should it be a long term financial investment. Besides, you cant use that loan you went for, to put into this kind of investment…where the rates of interests can be small. This presupposes that, financial securities demands a huge sum of money which you’re going to save quite a long period, before you can truly benefit, while still having risks.
Meanwhile, your own businesses could do well even with little, if you should do the right thing. (But don’t forget, you can still lose).
So, here’s how I will advice you: First, start your own business with the small capital you have. Read, learn and acquire the necessary wisdom to enable you to prosper BEFORE YOU START. After you’ve profited, then I think you could use quite some of your good returns to invest into the financial Securities, which have lower risks, but high gains, both in the long, and in the short-runs. The best amongst them, which is with lowest risks, but with potential high gains is, Fixed Deposit.
However, if you have the money (means), and can start with both the Fixed Deposits, and with more excess to start your own product or service businesses, go ahead and do both.
Both two ways become ways of making money, for both now and in the future. Just try to find about the businesses which move faster in your locality, which have low risks, and invest the remaining portion of your business capital, into that business most especially into your talent. To get more, spread your capital in many of these business opportunities, that is, if you have more to invest.
This will help you to “save” part of your capital, if in case one business collapses. After all, it isn’t good to put all eggs into one fragile simple, basket.
Hence, doing many ”safe” businesses, at a time can bring you multiple streams of income. (You’re learning like the rich in our societies, who never do one business). (Yeah, do you know that there’s no rich man in our world, who does only one business? They’re trying to save their investments, and will wisely minimize their loses, if one should not go on well.
(Warren Buffet, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates, have more than 1 company.
Meanwhile, in the future if you see other lucrative financial portfolios, you can as well chose to invest there.
Perhaps, Government Bonds, Real Estate, Bills, and some types of shares or securities, you may follow, provided they pay well in within your country. But in all, having multiple quick paying businesses which are all quick paying (pays you quickly back), and mixing them with numerous lowest risks but high paying financial securities, plus your own personal savings will be the best…
Therefore, all can earn faster if you should play them well to minimize the possible risks.
Peace, and it’ll be well with You.
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#Words, from the Holy Spirit.
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