Which is the better investment?

Qυеѕtіοח bу Freedom: Wһісһ іѕ tһе better investment?
Iח terms οf highest returns іf money wаѕ חοt аח issue? I know tһеrе аrе lots οf variables bυt historically wһісһ one οf tһеѕе yields tһе mοѕt?

Co-op commercial REITs, forex, private equities, brokering real estate notes, buying short sales fοr profit, hotel franchises, buying apartments fοr profit οr Roth IRAs?

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2 Responses to Which is the better investment?

  • Thor says:

    All of those have cycles and the “better” investment differs at different times.

    Since you put “Roth IRAs” in there I think you have a lot of reading to do and some understanding to gain before you can ask better questions. A Roth is not an investment type in itself.

    You can make a lot of money on short sales if you are good at buying low but that is a skill more than a passive investment. Apartment houses or hotel franchises are surely not passive in the least. They take a lot of work. Most real estate brokers committed fraud (imo) with their liar loans and closed and ran for the hills when that market crashed. It is horrible market at this time with too many people chasing too little money.

    Most of what you mention requires work and skill to make money. Saying historically people have made money in those investments is not saying you can.

    Good luck anyway.

  • Common Sense says:

    It’s not a question of which is better. it’s a question of your skill in;
    Picking the right one.
    Picking the right price to get in.
    Having an exit strategy on the upside and downside.

    Your understanding of the investment (before you get in) and trading skills are the bottom line.
    Your question shows a total lack of understanding of these instruments. Take a few years to learn the basics. Pick an investment type based on what you feel most comfortable with….. not which one will yield the best profit. The best profit comes from what you feel most at ease with.

    So in short….. make the first investment in knowledge (for yourself).