By now, it’s likely that you’ve heard about the ISIS threat and how it will destroy you.
The media has been telling you to start saving for your retirement.
You may even have noticed a recent uptick in the amount of “investing” you are doing.
And if you’re not investing in your own retirement, you’re probably thinking that you should do so.
And you’re right.
The more you save, the better you’ll have the chance to live a better life.
However, saving money and getting out of debt aren’t the same thing.
When it comes to investing, there’s nothing quite like a free ride to a higher level of wealth.
Let’s take a look at the difference between investing and saving, and how to do it.1.
Saving and Investing Are Similar What is an Investment?
An investment is a financial asset that is backed by a fixed amount of money.
Investing is a way to invest that money in another type of financial asset.
That’s why you may hear people say that investing is like saving, but the difference is that you are investing into something tangible.
So, instead of getting rich by taking a $10,000 payout from a bank, you can instead invest in a company with a $100,000 valuation.
If the company has a $5 million annual revenue, you could invest in it, even if you don’t own any shares.
You would still get the $10 million payout, but you would also be guaranteed to receive the company’s cash flow.
You can even have the money you invest back with you in the future, provided you don