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    Savings Account, Stock Market, or Bonds?

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    If we assume that you earn $60,000 per year, would you be inclined to invest your money in a savings account, the stock market, or the purchase of a bond? Please clarify the reasons for your choice.

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    Savings Account, Stock Market, or Bonds?

    Diversity is key to nearly EVERYTHING in nature. Therefore, if I earned $60,000 per year, I would be inclined to invest my money in a diversified manner via savings accounts, stock market accounts, and through the purchase of ...

    Solution Summary

    Discusses the pros and cons of each option and best way to maximize return on money.