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   Canada Mortgage Hub Discussion Board -> Mortgage Montreal -> I want to invest money but with stock market going bad, what can I do?
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paragasn

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I want to invest money but with stock market going bad, what can I do?
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noosaman

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i think plninterest.comis good 8% a year and job
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pwinwa

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Ok,lets c ...... to begin wid....... U hv $15000, want safer returns low risk appetite and an invt horizon of 5 yrs gud enuff a descriptn to decide on it.......U shud go in for debentures or bonds coz they hv fixed returns lowest risk, safest in repayment terms. and only if u cn stretch ur risk and time horizon and r very confident that ur country's fundamentals are strong to bear the current recession thn ucn think of equity stocks. Now u need to research on the options available to u. First study the Economy of ur country, Identify the Strong performing Industries then search for companies wid gud fundamental values whose securiites are undervalued in the market.I dnt kno where do u belong to but in India, Pharma, Cement, and Jewellery industry is on a boom wid stocks highly undervalued due to stock market sentiments, that means due to strong fundamantals they will rise in nxt 2 yrs sharply.
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piligrim80

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Buy short-term bond funds. Consider SHV, SHY, TIP.
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I don't know if I'd invest half of that, but now is a good time to invest. Buy stocks when their prices are low and sell high! I highly suggest that you go long term, not short term (especially since it might take 2-3 years for the stock market to go up, anyway). Long term investments have proved to be more fruitful. A mutual fund or IRA is one great way to go. The main thing now that you need to look for are large companies that are solid and that you know will be around in a couple of years regardless of the economic crises (such as P&G). Have you ever heard of the Motley Fool? Their books and websites have pretty good advice for investing. Good luck! (www.fool.com)
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These companies have weathered the storm pretty well so far and since the slump may last another 6 - 18 months, they may be a safe hedge: McDonald's Johnson & Johnson, WalMart, Colgate/Palmolive. They probably won't rock your world over 5 years but they'll probably keep their value. Aggressive picks might be Bank of America, GE, Canadian Banks, Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal and ScotiaBank. All well capitalized, good dividends and are not subject to the same mortgage risk as in USA. All are bottom fishing for deals in the US.The safest thing to do is maybe pay off any debt you have. I'd say a good rate of return is 8% or better. Of course the 4 or 5 bagger is always great but hard to play.Good luck.
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