Motley Fool: Here’s why you should invest

By Ray, posted 23/02/16 at 6.00pm.

This is an article from the Sydney Morning Herald. It is talking about the three mainly reasons why we should invest. The first one is that long-term investing can provide you with a very nice return on your money. Another one is that invest is to avoid having your nest egg ravaged by inflation. Thirdly, to invest is that you are saving yourself from ‘well’ you. Even though it is not legitimate that you spend your money immediately, your future self will thank you for your invest of spare cash.

Personally, I agree with the author’s opinion. Circumstances are wary. Today, you may be rich enough to meet the shopping desire. The day after tomorrow, you would be possible to be stuck in a heavy debt. However, the invest of spare cash can make a contribution to prevent you from the effect of inflation and unexpected accident.

 

Some new vocabulary I found:
in case = imaging that the case happens
        nest egg = the money you save for prospective need
legitimate ways = reasonable or legal ways
spare cash = the money which is left from your daily spending

 

You can read the article here:
http://www.smh.com.au/money/motley-fool-heres-why-you-should-invest-20160218-gmy85b.html

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One thought on “Motley Fool: Here’s why you should invest

  1. Interesting advice. Do you invest in anything yourself? Interesting vocabulary too. One thing about ‘nest egg’, it usually is money saved up for retirement, when you don’t plan on working any longer.

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