How would you invest a $1,000 to get the best return??
I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. It really depends what your options are and over what time frame.
It depends on how long you want to invest it and if there's any chance that you would need access to the money at any time in the next few years. Plus you have to consider how much of a risk you are willing to take. There's too many factors to say one thing or another because what's right for one person may be a very bad idea for another.
If you have any debt.....it's probably your best return.
If you qualify, I think an IRA in a Vanguard mutual fund is a good way to get started investing. You will get an income tax deduction I. The year you invest - so that is a15-20% return right there. It will grow tax free until retirement age, and will start your retirement portfolio is you don't have one yet.
Thats not very much, can you invest anymore?
Read this, Im sorry I dont know how to change the settings on my Firefox and it won't let me link.
I dint know. Sorry
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