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The reason for investing money is to get a return. There are various types of asset classes that are popular vehicles for money investing. They include term deposits, bonds and equities. In terms of risk and return, equities are judged to be the highest in both. Equities represent taking part ownership in a corporation. By investing money in the shares of a corporation, the objective is the value of the shares will go up due to the company's rising fortunes.

Successful investing money requires a systematic approach. It's rare that one will generate consistent return on investments by investing money on a whim. The key to good money investing is determining how much risk you are willing to assume in order to generate a specific return. To avoid taking a significant hit on your investment portfolio, never put all your money on one investment.

Investing Money News
Twelve-Year-Old Claims Prize for Stock Market Smarts -
Scholastic.comTwelve-Year-Old Claims Prize for Stock Market to create a product idea that would teach their peers about finances and the stock market, and inspire them to think about saving or investing money. ...

Strickland trails Kasich - Akron Beacon Journal
Strickland trails KasichAkron Beacon JournalA majority — 52 percent — said they would oppose investing money in the 3C transportation plan, the proposal to bring passenger rail service to Cincinnati, ...and more »

STREET MOVES: Father, Son Leave UBS For Own Independent Firm - Wall Street Journal
STREET MOVES: Father, Son Leave UBS For Own Independent FirmWall Street JournalIt includes a niche business investing money for public and private contractors across the US, a business that Andrew said is growing steadily. ...

District Council approves 1.9 per cent rise - Gloucestershire Gazette
District Council approves 1.9 per cent riseGloucestershire Gazette"It is a very effective way of investing money," he said. "Far better to invest in our own district than to invest in a bank and get less than two per cent. ...and more »