August 27, 2018

Monday, August 27, 2018
10 Most Profitable Investments To Make
Most people are always looking for ways to make more money and live the high life. One great way to do just that is to invest some of your current savings into the right investments. For many people who don’t work in the financial sector though, it can seem a real minefield. With constant distractions on the global economy, choosing the right investment to make some money can seem hard.
Luckily, with a bit of the right knowledge, it needn’t be. Here are ten of the most Profitable  investments you can make right now.

1. Stocks and Shares 
Stocks and shares has been a perennial favorite of investors for years. The idea is simple – you buy stocks or shares in a publicly listed company on the stock exchange and then hopefully sell at a higher price than you paid. Many investors now will stick to the trusted blue-chip companies in this area after being burned in the last serious financial crash. Although this does impact on the potential return, it keeps your money safe and almost guarantees a steady return over the years.

2. Jewellery 
Jewellery sector is flourishing and is consistently a good one to place your money in. Whether it is a flash diamond ring or beautiful solid gold bracelet, quality jewellery is a great investment to make. It is estimated that this sector has seen a 140% rise in value over the last 10 years which shows how buoyant it is. Naturally, the material the piece is made from is key as is the quality of any gemstones contained within it. The designer can also play a big part in how much it will be worth when you come to sell. If you are not sure, then stick to the obvious pieces like 24ct gold or diamond rings unless you can get an expert to help you out when shopping.

3. Fine Wine 
It may never have crossed your mind when enjoying a glass, but wine is a superb investment to make. This is a long-term investment and won’t see overnight profits. If you can buy the right wine and wait a bit though, it boasts a very high success rate as an asset. A 1982 Lafite Rothschild for example cost £300 a case when first released for sale. If you sold it now, you would get around £30,000! This sort of ROI is hard to match in any other sector in terms of investing your money. The key is that the finest wines are produce in small batches, so the supply is then limited when you come to sell. As long as you can hold off drinking it, it is a real winner. 

4. Property 
All property markets go through ups and downs, a decent property in a good area will always see a good return on your money eventually. Of course, if you would like to invest without having to actually buy the property yourself then you could look at Property ISAs or Bonds. Juts remember that the best time to buy is often in a market slump. This will see you bag property for bargain prices which will then give handsome ROI within a few years’ time.

5. Classic Cars 
Classic car collecting groups have sprung up now as this asset class gains ground. The appeal is clear over the last ten years, classic car investment has seen a 300% increase on initial capital outlays. If you want to make it easy, then joining a classic car investment fund will take the hard work out of it for you. Alternatively, if you know your motors, then you could always find one of your own to buy and then sell on for a profit at the right time.

6. Fixed-Rate Bond Investment 
This investment opportunity may not be as glamorous as others out there, but it does give a good annual yield. Returns as high as 8% are quite normal when an investment of around £5,000 is made. The great thing about this investment is that it gives much better interest rate than you would get from a normal high street bank savings account. This means your money works much harder for you and will see you net more profit in the long term. The other great thing about this investment is that you are protected from any interest rate changes by central banks.

7. High Return Investment Funds 
Most banks will give you a really bad interest rate on your savings account. This is not a wise investment as it sees very low returns over the years. Instead, why not consider a high return investment fund instead? These funds give a much higher annual interest rate to investors and so will see you make more ROI each year if you put your money into them. Rates of 5% or more are common but shop around to get the best ones.

8. Commercial Investments 
The appeal here is simple – when you buy a commercial property to rent out then you are getting generally higher yields than investing in residential property to let. Commercial letting also generally is more stable with most tenants signing up for longer periods as they don’t want to move their business around.

9. First-edition modern books, Toys and figurines 
Brilliant niche investing of modern days; collectibles that could grow in value in future is first-edition modern books, with The Da Vinci Code, Twilight and Game of Thrones her top three titles to hunt down online if you are a budding book collector. Books are followed by licensed toys and figures, Pokemon set, Power Rangers, Harry Potter Lego, Star Wars Lego. Toys always do extremely well in the collectibles market as many people want to recapture their youth by re-buying toys they had as children.

10. Fine Art 
Find out who the best artists to invest in are and buy a piece that you can afford by one of them. Although it may take a few years of holding the painting, when you come to sell, it should have gone up in price thus netting you a nice profit. It is thought that currently investors can see a 4% return on their initial outlay over a 5 to 10-year period.

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