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ReDWateR | 
Turkey iknowdawae 
Let's say you are working and you want to keep some money for the future. But you don't want that money to lose its value and you also don't want to take any risk. What would you put your money on? Euro or Dollars? Gold? Or buying stocks from big companies like Samsung, Apple, Microsoft, Tesla, etc..?
2021-04-14 11:23
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Index funds
2021-04-14 11:24
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+1
2021-04-16 07:07
bitcoin
2021-04-14 11:24
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+1 only correct response
2021-04-16 04:05
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you just saying that because you want inflation dah
2021-04-17 13:26
csgo skins 😂
2021-04-14 11:24
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Not a bad idea Knife prices are getting ridiculous
2021-04-14 11:31
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i remember when i thought about spending 100 bucks on some flip knives back in 2016 or 17 when the prices were superlow, sadly i didnt do it, know they would be like 300-400 bucks together. If only i wasnt so insecure to invest some decent money into skins.... Just my inventory went from like 300- 1100 in that time but apart from a few cases i never bought anything anymore sadly
2021-04-17 11:57
Gold is a safe investment that won't get you far but is stable. Buying stocks is a little more dangerous, i'd recommend diversifying risks. If you invest 50k+, you should consider having an expert to help you out
2021-04-14 11:25
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An expert that takes 50% of your profits and can't outperform the s&p500?
2021-04-14 11:26
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Nah, an expert that helps you out and doesn't fuck you over =D
2021-04-14 11:26
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I would never do that
2021-04-14 11:28
> Buying stocks is a little more dangerous, i'd recommend diversifying risks. That's exactly why ETFs are the better option.
2021-04-14 11:28
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My first recommendation was gold though... I know a bunch of ppl who regret investing into ETFs, especially when there's a lack of transparency... And you know what happens when you don't choose what you invest into and just buy the package brother
2021-04-14 11:30
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Gold is obviously a great choice as a long-term investment. Of course there are garbage ETFs out there but still, the right ETFs will most definitely give your profits.
2021-04-14 11:32
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yeah, and good luck finding the right ETFs. You need a lot of knowledge (and luck) to find the right ones. As if you invest if your own kind of ETF (by buying different stocks) you're safer. Right?
2021-04-14 11:35
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I was lucky enough to have the one with most money on it running pretty nicely, ofc u dont make 200% off it but i have a nice double digit number and dont need to think about whats happening to my money
2021-04-17 11:59
gold/btc ratio literally at an all time low gold as a financial store of value, is finished.
2021-04-16 04:03
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Panama FUN4ENCE
Gold is stable as hell since forever BTC is like a roller coaster Can u safely store money in btc?
2021-04-16 04:17
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uk.tradingview.com/chart/jZhMuwlv/ you tell me. priced in bitcoin gold is not stable at all, it is heading to 0. it does not beat inflation. bitcoin a roller coaster that 10x or more after a halving and then crashes to a higher low than previously
2021-04-16 04:37
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Panama FUN4ENCE
Obviously priced in bitcon it's not stable at all because bitcoin itself isn't stable at all lol. The link doesn't work
2021-04-16 06:47
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upwards volatility is good. that is just pricing it in fiat value and also some is fiat losing value to it. 1BTC = 1BTC always. it is not priced in. everyone knows which block height every halving will be triggered at. tell me why price jumped so much after each halving if it is priced in. It cannot possibly be priced in since you need the halving to occur for miners to sell half as much as previously and therefore same demand or more makes price go up. miners directly affect price.
2021-04-17 11:57
Imo gold is sth you invest in for some sort of value you will always have, if all Markets crash, our currencies get worthless, gold will still have some value, same with investing in houses, apartments etc. Investing in gold for profit aint it rn tho
2021-04-17 12:03
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but why bother when you can have digital gold
2021-04-17 12:04
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U mean btc or other ccs? Cz investing in btc isnt the smartest thing on a high imo. But i dont really know anything about investment and economics, just trying to think logically. I thought about investing when covid started and btc dropped, man i shouldve put half my savings in different investments when covid started, i even knew that either everything goes to shit and my money is worthless anyways or i make decent profit....stupid insecure me
2021-04-17 12:09
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yes but it reaches a new high after every halving 2012 halving price increase crash to higher low 2016 halving price inc crash to higher low 2020 halving price inc crash to higher low
2021-04-17 12:45
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good point. ppl should wait till it drops again tho imo cz the profit propably wont be very high. I feel like its pretty risky (at least short term) relative to the profit ull get
2021-04-17 14:02
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disagree. this is still very early in the cycle. twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/137683.. could be up to a year away until cycle peak
2021-04-17 14:12
something that is low risk, low reward. Things that will always be bought and sold. Gold is a decent idea, but if someone finds a huge source of gold you're fucked anyways tldr: Nothing comes without risks
2021-04-14 11:25
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I have put all my life savings in low risk funds and i have gained several $1,000’s of dollars from this. I have around $25,000 in these funds. It’s been like 8 years or something now. In the long run it is worth it.
2021-04-14 11:40
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yeah it is always a good idea, it might not be as rewarding but it's better than putting it on the bank
2021-04-14 11:40
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Exactly. And never put more than you are ready to lose in higher risk funds.
2021-04-14 11:43
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+1
2021-04-14 11:46
hopefully it beat inflation I'll tell you now, it won't beat inevitable hyperinflation near the end of this decade
2021-04-16 04:04
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?? Inevitable hyperinflation? How ? And why? Does that also mean a war?
2021-04-16 07:01
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it's just the way every fiat currency ends, if not before. no currency can last forever. excessive quantitative easing causes it.
2021-04-17 11:54
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2021-04-16 04:03
$ or euro should be a lot more safe then any crypto imo
2021-04-14 11:25
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If you want stable growth without risks crypto is a thing you shouldn't even bring up
2021-04-14 11:46
ETF's
2021-04-14 11:25
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"Let's say you are working and you want to keep some money for the future. But you don't want that money to lose its value and you also don't want to take any risk. What would you put your money on?" re read the question
2021-04-14 11:26
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I read it again ETF's
2021-04-14 11:27
Whats your point?
2021-04-14 11:27
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1 economical crisis and ur gone with the wind brother
2021-04-14 11:28
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Well... i would take that "risk".
2021-04-14 11:30
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But you don't want that money to lose its value and you also don't want to take any risk
2021-04-17 12:38
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Its not risky in my opinion.
2021-04-17 14:24
Well if ur scared of that the only way to store ur money then is by investing in property or mb gold, but with gold u sure as hell wont make profit
2021-04-17 12:05
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United Kingdom pookis
I would put it on the shelf
2021-04-14 11:27
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That would lose value.
2021-04-16 04:13
ETF's obviously
2021-04-14 11:27
Erdogan's marketing campaign
2021-04-14 11:28
#17
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Spain SS_SS
just get some tesla/amazon stocks, they will be around for a lot of time, maybe btc eth if you are feeling a little spicy,
2021-04-14 11:28
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tesla XD
2021-04-14 11:48
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XD XD XD
2021-04-14 21:09
I'm only 16 and even I know it's one of the most unstable stocks because it tied itself to bitcoin
2021-04-16 07:03
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Tesla is overvalued garbage that could go to zero, but its not tied in anyway to bitcoin, the bitcoin on their balance sheet is irrelevant for the stock price/company.
2021-04-17 12:48
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Oh ok ty
2021-04-17 12:49
kardeşim altcoinlere bas, 960 liram 3 ayda 1918 lira oldu
2021-04-14 11:29
If you want to be super safe, go for government bonds from a country like norway - you won't make any money, but the risk of losing it is extremely low.
2021-04-14 11:32
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Rapper | 
United States E_40
make eco dont forcebuy
2021-04-14 11:44
if your government is too retarded you can easily invest into currency because it will skyrocket because of sanctions and shit so you surely wont lose money
2021-04-14 11:45
Dividend stocks for big stable companies might be the risc profile you are aiming for.
2021-04-14 11:50
There’s no way to achieve this, if you don’t want to take risk and use savings account or bonds (technically some risk) you won’t beat inflation and lose a decent amount yearly, you will have to take some risk to beat inflation If you don’t mean literally no risk you could dollar cost average into some diversified etfs, although this is more risky than people acknowledge unless your taking a timeframe of many years
2021-04-14 12:32
CS:GO sticker capsule
2021-04-14 21:10
If you have patience to wait it out for 10 years if the economy tanks, index funds are very safe. If you need the money sooner, they are very risky.
2021-04-14 21:11
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Chile jaestar
term deposits are the safest thing you can do, but the interest is really low
2021-04-14 21:13
dont buy for 2 rounds, then buy awp. As long as you save the awp, you should be fine
2021-04-14 21:16
#42
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Poland Bart002
Safest investment (very low returns though) would be government bonds from a country that is unlikely to default. e.g uk because uk has never defaulted on its bonds
2021-04-16 02:52
all bitcoin
2021-04-16 04:04
just spend it all already after all you may die tomorrow and you don't want to regret not spending that money
2021-04-16 04:10
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100 hookers at once
2021-04-16 07:03
lol, then hes dead and wont have any regrets. Also tough luck for you if you manage to live to 40,50,60,90! like most people actually do in, say Germany and Sweden, what you gonna do then? Live of the state for the rest of your live?
2021-04-17 12:52
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#99
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Germany flufluflu1
Pension...?
2021-04-17 13:10
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Buy a house? Do anything nice when you are older? Good luck with your pension mate.
2021-04-17 13:23
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I work for the state so I’ll be fine
2021-04-17 13:29
Buy stocks to sell them after after 5, 10 or more years (holding)
2021-04-16 04:40
gold in my opinion is the safest
2021-04-16 04:46
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2021-04-16 05:08
invest in etf/stocks/crypto
2021-04-16 04:50
Buy bank bonds from AA + countries.
2021-04-16 05:25
#57
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Brazil TaxIsTHEFT
bitcoin or gold
2021-04-16 05:35
Every business book I have ever read would say index funds
2021-04-16 05:49
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stock market priced in gold is down since the 70s
2021-04-16 05:55
#60
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Asia Blitzer
real estate
2021-04-16 05:56
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#87
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Switzerland Sylleo
the only answer that matters, land and real estate is the safest bet
2021-04-17 12:46
#62
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United States khanoki
OP please don't actually follow any of the replies here
2021-04-16 06:51
#63
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United States Corruptoor
If you're someone who doesn't know much about the economy, doesn't have time to learn and is thinking long term investment (like 5 to 15 years+) then just put your money on S&P500 ETF and you're good and safe.
2021-04-16 06:57
Gold follows inflation therefore it never loses its value but technically you're not profiting however the value in gold is physical and can always be referred as gold unlike currencies. Real estate is always good especially when you buy near or in a "smart city".
2021-04-16 07:42
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gold/btc ratio at all time low lmao gold as a financial asset, is finished.
2021-04-17 11:54
RMR sticker capsule
2021-04-17 12:02
money market fund
2021-04-17 12:33
savings account duh 1.5% interest if u can find
2021-04-17 12:35
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Thats impossible
2021-04-17 12:39
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" But you don't want that money to lose its value and you also don't want to take any risk" - how impossible?
2021-04-17 12:40
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No I mean finding an 1,5% interest savings account is very, very hard nowadays
2021-04-17 12:46
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can find one fixed rate usually for short-term 3 years but still fine
2021-04-17 12:47
#84
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Denmark KalasYoP
nasdaq, s&p 500, lowest risk.
2021-04-17 12:42
Everything involves risk... But to minimize risk, it would be stupid to keep it in Dollar/Turkish lira etc, also all in something else not VARI smarterino, y'know. 25% bitcoin 25% Silver 25% EVOLUTION/TAKETWO/MICROSOFT/ETC (WHICHEVER STONK YOU LIKE THE BEST, BUT NOT SOMETHING STUPID) 25% GLOBAL INDEX FUND ezpcy.
2021-04-17 12:45
Diversify
2021-04-17 12:47
#91
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Switzerland Sylleo
real estate is what you're looking for, take a long ass mortgage to use inflation in your favor
2021-04-17 12:47
Real estate (Not sure about Turkey) It is harder but I think safe option.
2021-04-17 12:49
state bonds
2021-04-17 12:52
Just a diverse investment portfolio
2021-04-17 13:02
invest in fund, capital, fond whatever the word is and youll just see your money rise a bit every year. bonds maybe it is?
2021-04-17 13:07
If you wanted zero risk go for inflation linked bonds
2021-04-17 13:14
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bonds in 2021 lmao
2021-04-17 13:29
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He said he wants to store value and take zero risk, bonds fulfil both those requirements.
2021-04-17 14:01
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'store value'
2021-04-17 14:02
Gold - because of gold standard in economics. It always retains its value.
2021-04-17 13:15
You need to start your own business. No asset is safe, cause you're not the one who controls its price.
2021-04-17 13:19
Don't listen to the crypto zoomers, if you want a safe and stable return then buy VTI and SPY, remember to DCA instead of investing all of your money instantly, just avoid crypto and gold and you're good.
2021-04-17 14:19
Index funds I think or if you’re feeling lucky crypto
2021-04-17 14:21
#115
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Turkey WagaBond
press ak partiye amuğagoyim and I think gold more secure than others, but not in Turkey you have to go Europe
2021-04-17 14:29
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