There are a number of ways to invest your money. Determining which investment option is right for you will depend on your particular investing goals. Bonds, stocks and mutual funds are the most common ways consumers choose to invest their money. Investments in gold, real estate and other alternatives are generally high-risk but can also be high in reward – if you have the right expertise. Investment companies will generally agree that new investors should focus on building a financial foundation before exploring more complex and risky investments, so look for an investment company that will have your best interests (not just the company's) in mind.

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