Two Top List Investments

May 27, 2015 by Fitness No Comments
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Having studied in marketing and taken a high interest in business, my love for money has grown so has my quest to find worthwhile investments. I believe that I am not the only one who is constantly trying to find the best things to invest in, I can safely say that maybe the thought has crossed your mind several times. There are tons of long-term investment options out there so we will only cover only two of the important ones.

Health

Investments range from buying yourself a house to investing in international markets. The options are vast. However, if we really think about it, all of that does not matter if you do not start with the tool that allows you to be able to go from point A to point B, no I am not talking about your vehicle. The single most valuable tool to always start investments in is your body. It can be an investment as small as fitting a yoga studio in your house or attending sessions with an expert at your gym. See this page the right gym facilities for you that can improve your fitness, well being and lifestyle.

Attending paid or unpaid sessions at the yoga studio in Prahran with an expert will help you get the most out of your mind. It will help with giving you and your body time to yourself. The health of your body should be the most important investment that any other that comes after. Believe it or not, your appearance says a lot about you. Imagine going to an interview appearing to be relaxed and in control. Imagine walking into that door and your interviewer compliments you on how great you look and asks you for tips on how to go about it, only to think that you only spend less than half an hour time-out per day. The job is yours.

Okay great, so your mind is refreshed and your body is looking stunning, let us look at the slightly less important investment than your health.

Property

Property is the best way to start your investment. It is a fixed investment than volatile markets. Property value normally appreciates year to year and hardly depreciates. The bigger the house the better, one may say, but what is important when considering purchasing property is its surroundings. This would typically be, not only current but, future infrastructure development. Contact local authorities and get your hands on the plan of the area of your interest. This will give you heads up on whether or not your house will appreciate quicker or just on average.

When thinking of investments, never put your eggs in one basket. Always choose more than one investment.

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