How to invest and manage money for middle-aged and old people

Gold investment/


Gold investment tips for the elderly: 1. Choose the target of physical gold investment. All kinds of colored gold, gold medallions, gold bricks and money have unique crafts, such as special-shaped gold medallions and round gold medallions of the Chinese zodiac, but once sold by banks, they will not be repurchased, which is more suitable for collection and gift needs. But the investment gold bar has the investment nature, the bank takes care of and repurchases


Tips on gold investment for middle-aged and elderly people:


1. Choose the investment target of physical gold.


All kinds of colored gold, gold medallions, gold bricks and money have unique crafts, such as special-shaped gold medallions and round gold medallions of the Chinese zodiac, but once sold by banks, they will not be repurchased, which is more suitable for collection and gift needs. The investment gold bar is investment, bank custody and repurchase, suitable for value preservation and appreciation and realizable demand.


2. The account fund should not be hyped frequently.


The trend of gold is generally upward. If frequent speculation account gold, chasing up and down, increase the risk.


3. Gold futures investment should be cautious.


The risk coefficient of futures investment is large, and the ability of the middle-aged and old people to resist risks is insufficient, so it is suggested to invest cautiously.


Compared with gold investment, high-risk middle-aged and elderly people can choose the popular P2P financial investment, which not only has low investment threshold, but also has flexible investment period and considerable income.


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