Your Questions About Stocks And Bonds

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James asks…

Need to know the difference between stocks, bonds, and short term inv?

22 years old… I have a 1 year old.. I work at Sprint.

financi4 answers:

Bonds can last for more than 10 years and its u can say u purchase it at face value which promise u that u will get ur money back plus interest worse after period of time

stock is public ownership to specific entity which allow u to share in profits and losses same time according to the business operation
short term investment is investment that last for only one year or less

Mark asks…

Best Savings Plan for Self Employed: 401k, IRA, CDs, Stocks, Bonds, or what?

I am almost 29 years old and I am self employed. I have saved (in a savings account), roughly 50k.

I am wondering what the best method of savings/interest would be for me. Should I do a self employed 401k plan? Should I invest it in CDs? Should I invest in bonds? Roth IRAs?

What would you recommend? Preferably something that is safest (insured), while offering the best interest possible.

financi4 answers:

The best is likely a tax deferred account – IRA, or a 401k. A sep401k, you could put more money into. However they might be difficult to set up on your own. Check with one of the large mutual fund companies on this – Vanguard, Fidelity or TRowe Price.

It’s hard to see how you would ever have a comfortable retirement putting your money into something safe. These don’t even keep up with the drag of inflation and taxes. You want to grow your money, equities is the way to do it.

Chris asks…

Can 401 K funds be used to invest in real estate as opposed to stocks , bonds and other financial investments.

financi4 answers:

A 401k is an investment for your retirement and is already invested in stock, bonds, and/or mutual funds. It is pre-tax money and the penalties for withdrawing can be more costly than any return you think you can get by putting it elsewhere. Ten percent penalty and a minimu of 15% for income tax. However, if you want to take you money there’s nothing stopping you except the rules your employer has for the administration of the funds. After you get past that, knock yourself out.

From you list the only thing you can “invest” in that will duck the penalty (not the tax) is if you are a first-time homebuyer, and even then you’re only allowed up to $10,000

Daniel asks…

Can investing in stocks,bonds and mutual funds obtain and acquire some Ass-ets in this flexible market?

financi4 answers:

I trade stocks with options. I have developed my own short term trading method that produces a 90%+ accuracy. With my system, I don’t look for P/E or anything like that. When all my indicators line up, I take the trade. Will be willing to pass along recommendations as they develop. Email me at openrangetraders@gmail.com.

Richard asks…

What path can i follow or how can i be become a trader (stocks bonds and other commodities ) in the U.K?

financi4 answers:

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