In this article, we will continue the financial investing series with the discussion of financial market investing known as investment portfolio containing money markets, bond markets and equity markets in macroeconomics.
If you want to be a successful investor yourself, the same tips you'll learn here today will be helpful. A financial planners have a wide knowledge of services and products that can help in achieving their goals, by providing the knowledge of the strategies and a comprehensive insight of investment products. Please consult your financial planner before investing.
A portfolio is a selection of investments designed to produce a investment objectives which are based on the risk tolerance, financial expectation and acceptable investment types.
There are three basic markets: money markets, bond markets and equity markets.
1. Money markets
Money markets are the debt instruments that generate primarily interest with some small amounts of risk attached.
2. Bond markets
Bond markets are the debt instruments which are issued primarily by governments and large corporations.
3. Equity markets
trading equities (common and preferred shares of corporations) has a higher degree of risk attached.
we will be going into more detail on the three basic markets later, but that's a good bit of knowledge for you to have at this point. It's important to note at this point as well that the concept of risk vs return is one that must clearly be understood by you.
I hope this information will help. If you need more information, you can read the complete series of the above subject at my home page:
Kyle J. Norton
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