Determining Where YOU’LL Invest
There are several different types of investments, and there are many factors in determining where you need to invest your funds.
Of course, determining where you will invest begins with researching the various available types of investments, determining your risk tolerance, and determining your investment style – along with your financial goals. 
If you were going to purchase a new car, you would do quite a bit of research before making your final decision and a buy. You would never consider purchasing a car that you had not fully looked over and taken for a try. Investing works much the same way.
You will of course learn as much about the investment as possible, and you also would want to see how past investors have done as well. It’s good sense!
Learning about the stock market and investments takes a lot of time… but it is time well spent. There are numerous books and websites on the topic, and you may even take college level courses on this issue – which is what stock brokers do. With access to the Internet, you can actually play the currency markets – with fake money – to obtain a feel for how it operates.
You can make pretend investments, and see how they do. Do a search with any lookup engine for ‘Stock Market Games’ or ‘Stock Market Simulations.’ This is a great way to start studying investing in the stock market.
Other types of investments – outside of the stock market – do not have simulators. You must learn about those forms of investments the hard way – by reading.
As a potential investor, you should read anything you can get your hands on about investing…but start with the beginning investment books and websites first. Otherwise, you will quickly find that you are lost.
Finally, speak with a financial planner. Inform them your goals, and ask them for their suggestions – this is what they do! A good financial planner can easily assist you to determine where to invest your funds, and assist you to set up a plan to reach all of your financial goals. Many will even teach you about investing along the way – make sure you focus on what they are telling you!

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