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Learning from Our Investment Mistakes

Knowing when to invest is an important part of, well, investment! I have a couple of friends who consider themselves investors but in reality they are only children playing with money, in terms of what they are able to get in their return. They do not focus wisely on their funds, instead throwing out their cash in high risk investments with little to no research given. With the aid of http://sanctuaryathighland.com I have started to invest in real estate – a medium of investing that I did not expect to actually ever do. I have been cautious with my money but with their guidance I have started to invest more into property real estate, seeing returns up to three hundred percent when developers seek to purchase the property. With the profit that I make off each property I turn around and invest back into a new plot of property that, I hope, will continue to make as much money as the previous!

It’s risky but as long as I’m not sinking my entire life savings or credit into this, I think I will be able to do well. That’s the problem that my friends seem to have; they are willing to throw nearly every cent that they have to their name into these ventures, depending highly on the credit that they have despite the fact that they manage to bankrupt nearly every venture that they go into together. Somehow they are able to continue finding lines of credit whenever they open up a new company or investment firm, as they like to consider themselves. Personally, I tell everyone I know to steer clear of them if they value their money at all. I guess some people are just built to never learn from the mistakes that they make, since they keep making them!

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