Why You Should Avoid Negativity
Negativity is one of the most damaging things in the world and this is also true when it comes to investing. The truth is we need to invest our money wisely regardless of if we are in a bull or a bear market – if we don’t then we will simply lose money in real terms.
The problem is many people lost large sums of money during the global recession of 2008 and this has made people nervous. Being nervous and indeed cautious is natural but you should avoid being too negative.
Some of us know more about investing than others and those who us who are unsure often look to others for guidance. The problem is we need to be confident that the person who is giving the advice knows what they are talking about and not a bar room expert. All too often these bar room experts are extremely negative and probably enjoy giving their ‘Prophet of Doom’ advice safe in the knowledge that they wouldn’t follow their own advice.
Investing is probably one of the most commonly discussed subjects and tends to be one that polarises views. You will find people who will tell you that making 20% p.a. is the ‘norm’ whilst others will tell you that breaking even should be your goal. In reality, somewhere in the middle is probably the most realistic considering that most investors are generally risk adverse. Take your time and pick out investments that will generate returns of six to ten percent, evaluate them all and choose which ones or one is best for you. Diversification is always advisable wherever possible.
Investment properties are attractive investments as they are both secure and offer good returns. No doubt you will have heard horror stories about buying property, especially if it is abroad but in reality, so long as you do the correct amount of due diligence this is probably one of the soundest investments that you could make. This is a tangible asset that over the long-term has always appreciated in value whilst generate healthy returns in the form of rent.
One attractive investment property deal is currently available in Pattaya Thailand from the New Nordic Group who are currently offering a 10% p.a. rental guarantee on their properties for periods of five to twenty years.
This rental return is paid by the New Nordic Group themselves and is NOT dependant on your individual unit being rented – you will be paid out regardless. The scheme has been in operation for around a decade so is tried and tested and has always paid out, on time and in full. In fact, all you have to do is sit back, relax and watch the income roll into your bank account every month.
Where else, in the current economic climate, would you get this sort of return with so little risk? There will undoubtedly be the sceptics who question the scheme and are more than willing to offer a negative viewpoint but the facts do speak for themselves. Surely, it is worth adding a New Nordic property to your investment portfolio to build your financial future?