If you have some money that you are wiling to gamble to get a much higher return on investment, it could be interesting and profitable to put it into a non-traditional investment vehicle. We know that mutual funds and diversified stock portfolios are the safer options. Bonds are even safer. However, the safer you go as far as risk of losing your investment, the lower the percentage of annual return. Some people might put a little bit of money into an alternative investment market that could pay up to 24 percent for an annual return. Can you imagine doubling money in about four years?
No, you would not want to put your entire investment portfolio into such a venture. However, if you have some money that you can take a higher risk on, then maybe that type of investment is for you. I would take the earnings in such a venture and remove my initial investment after a time. Then, no matter what happens, I have not lost anything if I do make a mistake. I can just keep reinvesting my higher rate of earnings to make the money grow faster. I could even pull some of it and put it into safer investment vehicles as earnings grow.
As investors, we know that we cannot 100 percent rely on anything we put our money into. Even governments have failed in the past causing things to be devalued. Even currencies have become obsolete and worthless. All investments, no matter even if it is just a savings account, have a risk potential. In investing, the higher the risk, the bigger the return. The lower the risk, the lower the return. If you are making it, and if you have some money to try and get a much bigger return on, then trying out an alternative investment market makes sense.