Investments. Real estate. Equities. Financial securities. Precious metals. Collectibles. The list goes on and on with the options of how to make your money grow. And let’s face it, we all should be looking at the future event of retirement, no matter how far off it may be. Yet how does one find the opportunity to grow their money with minimal risk? The Oxford Club has some key suggestions on how to build your wealth in 2018.
Since 1989 the Oxford Club have used their one-of-a-kind investment system to help investors grow their wealth. From stocks and bonds to currencies and commodities and everything in between members of this private club have terrific advantages of being a part of this establish. With the opportunity to connect with big businesses and the elite in the social sphere, members of the Oxford Club are presented with a unique opportunity to create and enhance their wealth. Here are a few suggestion from the Club on how to increase your 2018 returns.
First and foremost, save. Saving is one thing that you are completely in control of. Do you really need that $4.85 coffee that usually you end up pitching the last 1/4 of because it got cold before you had the chance to finish it? Wouldn’t it be better to get the smaller one for $4.25 and save the .60? Sure, at the end of the week you’ve only saved $4.20, but at the end of the year it’s $218.40. It’s the little things.
Cut costs, specifically, investment costs. Instead of paying a broker to manage your money, why not become your own technical analysis pro by learning the steps and the best buy and sell indicators? That’s more money in your pocket.
Shuffle things around. Maybe it’s time to sell some of those stocks that have already given you some healthy gains. Purchase some stocks when they are low and sell them when they are high. Rebalancing your portfolio is another way to help see your financial wealth grow and reduces your overall risk.
By following these three simple steps this year you will see higher returns no matter if the market skyrockets or if they fall.