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Profitable Investment Alternatives
Perhaps you have had your money in a mutual fund and are dismayed at poor returns and occasional losses. Maybe your money was in a hedge fund that went down in flames in the 2008 market crash. And, it might be that you invested in South Florida real estate just before the bubble burst. If any of these scenarios, or more, fit you, you may be interested in profitable investment alternatives. By suggesting profitable investment alternatives we are not going to send you chasing after another set of bad investments. This article and this web site are more about learning the skill that feed you for a lifetime rather than providing a free and fancy lunch in a nice restaurant just for today. Our view is that there really is no free lunch and that sound fundamental analysis pays dividends now and for years to come. The old saying is that there is always a bull market somewhere. Finding profitable investment alternatives to what you have been doing may take new insights but most takes a bit of homework.
Invest in Your Own Back Yard, or Not
Providing that you are willing to do a bit of research into profitable investment alternatives, we can suggest, as we did in a previous article, Three Good Offshore Investment Ideas. As we noted,
The worst recession in three quarters of a century has taken its toll on economies throughout the world. Some have been hit worse than others. Some countries will come back strong. And, some countries never had a recession.
We went on to mention Brazil, Colombia, and Panama where Investment and the Panama Canal Expansion go hand in hand. When growth is not so good at home it is often time to look for profitable investment alternatives offshore.
Taking a Second Look and Doing Your Homework