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invest

 [in-vest´]
1. to envelop in or cover another tissue or part (as fascia).
2. to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material.
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People don't usually just invest in one stock or company.
Investors need to invest in asset classes that provide a return that is greater than the rate of inflation to meet this objective.
* Invest up to the maximum in either a Roth IRA or a deductible IRA.
Early-stage investments, moreover, account for just 16 percent of money invested today, compared with 37 percent in 1995.
Smaller endowments, on the other hand, will usually invest in pools organized by a real estate investment company.
Trading companies invest in CDM to earn potentially lucrative carbon credits.
PRIVATE EQUITY: Investment firms that pool money from wealthy, sophisticated investors, such as pension plans and institutional investors, to invest in companies.
Funds will be invested over a three to five year period as appropriate opportunities arise.
Gays should no more invest in companies with antigay policies than they would patronize them as consumers.
For example, suppose an individual wants to invest 50% in domestic equities and 25% in international equities, with the balance in government bonds.
Readers will learn how Lease-Options work to simply and safely build an investment portfolio; how to generate steady, spendable cash flow through Lease-Options; finding the right real estate market to safely invest in for a reliable return; profitably manage properties while avoiding ongoing maintenance expenses eating into the bottom line; recruiting the right management team to build and guard a real estate based investment portfolio; even how to invest in a Lease Option investment strategy without the necessity of owning property.