Monday, September 10, 2007

10 Best Investment Tips for 2007

Investments in 2007 will be your opportunity to make significant gains in your financial portfolio. Taking control early in your investment planning will maximize your returns and you'll create groundwork that will allow you to establish investing guidelines for all future investing as well.

Investing is all about placing your best researched intuitions where you feel comfortable about what will take place regardless of the expectations of others or the status of the nation's economy. Money is made daily and if you place your investments wisely, determines if you are in fact, master of your investments.

There are some misconceptions of what type of investments are the best to follow. If you do not have any real insights on the stock market, don't jump in with a large percentage of your investing capital. The keys to success are about learning as much as anything and never replaying a bad strategy.

History, self made history, is or should be your best friend for all your future investments. It's not a perfect world and neither are you, so put aside any thoughts that you can maximize every trade or other investment, make your moves slowly and consistent.

Let's say you are new to investing, you can take advantage of several courses or mini-trade routes, outlined by someone who's found consistent patterns that produce successful trades. Investing can be in a totally unexpected direction, such as applying yourself in online sales from an affiliate program. This is a very popular investment since it takes very little money to get started and you have a ready-made product already established. The commission split to you is very appealing. There are a number of programs that pay as much as 75% to you.

Investment Planning is really as simple as, where you think you can actively participate with your money and or time, that will yield you a positive return on your participation.


1. - Know your talents, what are you good at, then think of ways to make it pay you for your efforts

2. - How much time can you devote to your investment, this is where you don't want to become sidetracked and lose sight of your goals

3. - Invest your time or money where you understand the risks and won't become shocked or surprised if it develops a slump or setback

4. - Choose an investment that you enjoy, this makes investing a pleasure and this will give you drive above all other distractions

5. - Make predictions or goals that can be obtained in the short term, don't set yourself up to finish the year before you've made your shorter range goals. Life is about living, not retiring.

6. - Read about the previous years wins and losses, in the field of your investment plans and see where to make small changes that could correct for the losses and avoid pitfalls that history provides

7. - Consider forming a team of investors, family, friends, or co-workers who are serious about taking control of their financial futures.

8. - Put all your financial plans in writing and keep them at arms reach at all times. It's very wise to make notes as you have certain thoughts from day to day and reflect, then decide if you need to make adjustments. Don't become overwhelmed with the " I should have done . . ." thinking process. This will make you miserable and you can loose focus very easily.

9. - Track your progress and determine if you should increase your investment of money, time, or both in order to see a positive return on your investment. This is not always easy to decide, but you are the controls of your investment, don't let yourself down.

10.- Find a mentor that can advise and encourage you to continue, seldom will you find a success story that didn't have contributors, regardless of their role in the success story. You may be pleasantly surprised how much others can actually affect your investments in a positive manner. ____________________________________________________________________

Investing for 2007 can be your new-found goldmine to becoming self-sufficient financially. Take the time to decide your personal plan of action and follow through with it. There are so many possibilities, it's not a question of if, but rather how you will succeed. For more investment tips:

Jim is an online writer and netpreneur that has a knack for current trends and topics that his readers enjoy absorbing for their personal enrichment. Today's topic is investments;