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Over and over again, investment advisors offer their customers an apparently unique chance to invest their money. More often than not, the investor is even supposed to take up a loan in order to be able to invest a certain amount of money. Yet it is not advisable to invest money that is not one´s own; people who do not have enough money to invest it should not borrow money to do so.
This is especially true for speculative investments, promising a high return on investment. Investments like these usually involve high risks, meaning that the investor is in danger of losing all his money and consequently one´s livelihood. Even though all of the invested money may be lost, the loan still has to be repaid. Banks and other financial institutions usually want to know what the money taken out is used for, but they do not have to explain the risks involved in financial transactions to their customers as long as they are not selling it themselves. Therefore, if somebody finds a promising way to invest, he should have a close look at the respective product. Is the money invested really safe? When is the invested capital mature? These are the first and most basic questions one should ask before deciding to invest at all. After that, other important questions have to be addressed, for example whether the money that is needed for the investment in question is not needed otherwise. If that is the case, the investment can be made, but only if it really is a reliable and legitimate product. Borrowing money just to be able to invest it into a certain project is the wrong way. It is much better to safe some money over a certain period of time and to hope for a good way to invest it as soon as the necessary capital is in fact available. That way, the investor is on the safe side and cannot lose money he does not even own and could come back and haunt him for years to come.