ARD Savings

Sting capital – and cash in an investment, still too few German invest the savings book out. This is strange, finally saving money and finding is announced today in almost all areas of daily life after the value. But when it comes to the proliferation of own money, most of savers shy once targeted assets steeped in return on to confront. The experts of the consumer platform of investment Vergleich.de have studied various forms of closed-end funds, with their help, even small investors can achieve good yields. Their conclusion: No fear of capital investments. “.” Savings and money market accounts unattractive who parked his capital on day money or savings accounts, not increase it, but it loses even more money.

A global, very precarious interplay between low interest savings, amounting to just one percent, and inflation is to blame for this. According to a recent report of the ARD of stock market experts alone the citizens a year lose around this effect ten billion euros. Just the interest rate of the day money account so popular with the Germans, is as low as ever and can daily continue to decline. Also the Festgeldanlage when a credit institution is always less attractive. A good investment, for example in closed-end funds, it currently is the only sensible way that savers can profitably invest their money.

Not many investors fear getting bogged down with a complex product. “This concern however, is inappropriate, because working capital investment in closed-end funds” money of Saver based on very simple principles: the investor a fund provider makes available a certain amount for an agreed period. After expiration of the contract term, he gets back his invested money plus the earned yield. Who so invested in the appropriate investment product with good yield, can enjoy significantly higher interest rates at the end of its term a, compared to the savings account.

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