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Do you want your money to work for you, but are unsure about how and where you could best invest your savings? Here you will learn the most important guidelines for successful investment. Learn how compound interest works for you over time. Understand the interplay of risk and return. And know how to assess your risk capacity and risk tolerance so you can decide on the right investment mix for your situation.

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About this guide

 

From the basics of investing and the most important instruments through to the five basic investment strategies: in this guide, we’ll tell you the basics so you can determine the best way to invest your money.

 

 

Contents

  • Investing your money – the basic rules
  • Overview of the investment instruments
  • Five strategies for your investment success

 

“Retirement provision is a hot topic. But many people know very little about their own pension provision. And no wonder – it’s a complex and confusing area. That’s why we’ve joined forces with Beobachter magazine with the aim of explaining complex topics in simple terms. The magazine has been giving consumers unbiased advice – based on its vast experience – for almost 100 years. Enjoy reading this guide.”

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