How to Make Your Money Work for You: 7 Modern Methods for Investing in “The Market”

You work hard for your money, but do you know how to make your money work for you? No one wants to work until they die, right?

Public markets investing is the approach that is commonly referred to as “investing in the market.” That of course is a broad term that encompasses many things, including buying stocks, bonds, commodities, REITs, etc.

Personally owned real estate refers to owning actual properties yourself. This includes residential rentals, commercial rentals, and even positions in syndication deals. 

There are so many various investment vehicles available in the market, it can be head spinning. 

The Motley Fool is essentially a stock advisory service. They started out as a newsletter (like one you would get in the mail!), that would give you stock recommendations. 

The Motley Fool Method – 20 to 30 Individual Stock

The foundation of TMF’s philosophy is that you can get the best investing returns by investing in 20-30 quality, well-researched individual stocks for the long term, as opposed to investing in the stock market as a whole via an S&P index fund.

For those of you not familiar with FI/RE, it stands for “Financial Independence / Retire Early.” 

The FI/RE method – 100% Stocks Via an Index ETF

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