The Next Generation of Investments

November 2009
FinanceAsia;Nov2009, p80
The article discusses the challenges faced by investors in terms of high volatility and low interest rates and also discusses the prospects of new generation ahead of it. It suggests that the right balance between risk and return can help investors to find out solution to deal with these issues. It further advises investors to invest their money in a strategy to conduct transparent investing activities at fair costs.


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