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When you're talking about investment risk, what do terms like "low risk" "medium risk" or "high-risk" mean? How is "medium risk" relevant to your goals? In many cases, it's not.
The question you really need to answer is, "Can I lose my money?" To answer this I prefer to classify investment risk on a scale of one to five, with one representing a low risk, safe, guaranteed investment, and five entailing the highest risk; the risk that you can lose all of your money.
You take on higher levels of investment risk for the opportunity to earn a higher rate of return than what you can receive using only low-risk investments. This makes sense. Yet, if you don't understand the risks your money is exposed to, it can catch you off guard, and instead of making more, you'll end up losing. Understanding the categories below, and the investment returns you might expect from each category will help you avoid unnecessary investment risk.
Low-Risk Investments, Safe & Guaranteed
When you have no risk that you could lose principal, you have a low-risk investment. This is accomplished with safe investments; investments that often have a guarantee backed by the U.S. Government, or by an insurance company. You won't see high returns with low-risk investments. But your principal is guaranteed.
"When a person with money meets a person with experience, the one with experience ends up s with the money and the one with money leaves with experience."
This was Warren Buffett's response, on his 87th birthday, when asked about his best investment advice.
He says that experience is the ultimate key to be a successful investor.
However, what about those who are new to investing? What if you don't have any experience?
Well, fortunately you can learn from investors who DO have experience - investors like Warren Buffett himself.
Warren Buffett says that many people think quite a bit before making any investment - and sometimes think TOO much.
Buffett cautions that you should never invest in businesses that you don't fully understand.
He says that if before he invests in the stock of a company, he has to first understand how the company makes money and the main drivers that impact its industry in no more than 10 minutes.
If he's not able to understand it in 10 minutes, he moves on to evaluate another company on this basis.
Most people can't predict the next fashion trend among teenagers or whether or not a medicine will be successful in the market. Even if if you had more data than anyone else, it's still impossible to predict the future with 100% accuracy.
In situations that rely on an accurate forecast of the future, Buffett advises not to invest. If it's complex for you, just look for other businesses to invest in.
Buffet once said that out of about 10,000+ publicly-traded firms, he would like to invest in only a few hundred companies - before even taking valuation into account!
Take a look at these 8 proven investment tips from Warren Buffett:
Some businesses are not a great fit for angel or venture capital funding.
But, what if your startup is a good candidate, but you’re having trouble getting meetings and convincing investors that your company is the next big thing? Maybe it’s time to try a different approach. Try the “soft sell” via networking Networking is usually the number one tip for new entrepreneurs for good reason—networking allows you to pitch your startup in a less formal, more organic fashion. “If you’ve been building a great business, getting out and networking within the local startup and investing community can be a great way to meet investors,” Here are 11 tips from the Young Entrepreneur Council that will help you attract the eye of an angel investor or a VC, and make your business a more appealing investment. On the surface, it seems like it could be a little awkward. After all, you’re still selling your business—won’t that put people off? Not necessarily. “If they seem interested in your business, they will keep the conversation going,” says Diana. “Letting things happen organically can yield great results.”
While there is something of an art to the organic soft-sell, when done right it can make investors more likely to consider your business. After all, you’re not just pitching your idea—you’re also strategically relying on the social capital built through the networking process to influence their investment decision.
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