Investment Options you Should Consider

Investment Options you Should Consider

Investing often seems complex especially if you’re just starting out. A lot of people often ask us; Where do I start? Is this a good investment? If you’ve gotten to  the point in your financial journey where you’d like to start investing here are some of your options:


  1. Cash & Cash-Like Assets

These are liquid assets which means they’re easy to turn into cash or sell. These should help you cater for opportunities, emergencies or expenses that don’t happen regularly for example an emergency fund or car or house repairs. 

Examples of cash and cash like assets are Money Market Funds(MMFs) and High Yield Savings Accounts.


  1. Cash-Flow Generating Assets

These assets generate income by paying an amount of  interest or dividends every so often. They’re good for creating additional sources of income. The interest can either be reinvested to compound or used for other expenses. Examples of these are treasury bills and bonds, real estate and shares.


  1. High Growth or Return Assets

These assets tend to be high risk and can therefore have high returns that grow your wealth. These are useful in your portfolio to increase your net worth as you create a safety net and meet your obligations. Examples of these are individual stocks and alternative investments( currencies and private equity).




These are useful in your portfolio to increase your net worth as you create a safety net and meet your obligations. Examples of these are individual stocks and alternative investments( currencies and private equity). We cover this and more in our course Investable. The course helps you figure our your goals and how to match them to your investment options.




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