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Theoretically, if someone had $650,000 in cash, what would be the best way for them to invest that m

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:18:20    Popularity:     

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Invest in boohoo plc before next Tuesday. Sell on results You would have to invest in stuff that has a High risk, like a REIT. 650k is hardly enough to

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Invest in boohoo plc before next Tuesday. Sell on results

You would have to invest in stuff that has a High risk, like a REIT. 650k is hardly enough to just take the dividends and live high on the hog.

Depends, how long do they plan to live?? If a young person, keep working, that's not enough money. For someone in their 80s...probably don't want any risk...

Tax exempt municipal bond mutual funds.

The historical compounded annual return of the S&P 500 since 1950 including dividends is 11.42%. Some people predict that one should only expect an average 6 to 7% while interest rates are so low. Because of volatility, some years you might get a double digit return and some years you might get a negative return.

Talk to an investment counselor such as UBS.
Trying to invest with no information is about the same as throwing your money away.

Trade foreign currency.

Invest in dividend paying stocks, today these are somewhat expensive.

A combinations of stocks, bonds, real estate investments maybe an annuity. The objective is to keep a balanced portfolio so that any volatility in the stock market doesn't completely wipe out your money. BEST thing to do is find a financial adviser who will do that for you based on your age and desired income - yes it costs money but if you don't want to take the initiative to do the research required well worth the price.

That would involve living on the cheap. A diverse portfolio of stocks and bonds might return 5 percent, or about $32.500 minus taxes. Or more or less. To get more, you would have to increase the risk of losing it all. Many people find it appropriate to invest in a job. That is, a small business that would hopefully return a profit. There are all sorts of brokers and financial advisors that can give advice. Asking on this site, of people who have virtually no knowledge of the subject (like me) is unwise.



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