Where to invest a relatively small amount of money? One of the options is to invest your money in managed commercial properties such as student accommodations, hotels, care homes, storages, car parks. Many of them are paying 8- 12% annual return. With such return, you will not only beat the inflation but also you can create a considerable real income on your investments, especially if there is an option to re-invest the profit consistently throughout the investment term (making your interest compound).
Your money has to produce a return. For those who have a relatively small disposable amount, you have to find even more efficient ways to invest it, if you want your investment activities to make any practical sense at all.
There are some companies in the UK offering notes and bonds for the general public, paying 10 to12 % interest (or coupon payments), and this could bring real tangible benefits…
Banks do not bring income on our deposits; they create an illusion of bringing such income. Banks’ interest even doesn’t cover inflation. They just eat our money away slowly but surely. And we also have to pay tax on such called “profit” (or interest).
At Nemo, we provide investors with an opportunity to earn up to 120% annual return with a guaranteed exit.
People want their money to work hard for them, providing real benefits. But investments always mean risks. Choosing what to do with your money is essentially a consideration of risk taken versus a potential reward. And this principle determines a choice of investment products that might be right for you. If you think you could be making your money work harder if you don’t want it lying dormant take a look at opportunities offered by Nemo Hotel, as you might find them suitable for achieving your long term financial goals.
If you are not a narrowly specialised investor seasoned in new technologies, then buying stocks in the technology sector might be too risky. There is a lot of hype in the market today: everyone is talking about investments in technologies. And since everyone is talking about it, the industry is already overcrowded (it is so-called the “red ocean”)…