Have you ever wondered what could be the best compound interest investments to multiply your money and join the wealthy elite?
If yes, welcome to this article or video because you’re going to find out the answer to this question.
After all, today’s topic is a continuation of the previous wealth stage where I wrote about the power of compounding interest with a one-penny strategy.
And there, I emphasized three criteria to determine its power.
Now, because repetition is the mother of all learning, those three criteria are:
- Rate of Interest;
- Time Duration;
- and your Tax Rate.
In fact, these criteria vary significantly, and it depends on what type of investments you choose.
For that reason, this topic is exactly what you may have been looking for.
Because it belongs to the wealth stage called Invest To Grow Wealth.
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With this purpose in mind, let’s talk about the 7 proven best compound interest investments to grow your wealth.
- Introduction To The Best Compound Interest Investments
- 7. High-Interest Savings Accounts
- 6. Bonds
- 5. ETF Index Funds
- 4. Individual Stocks
- 3. REITs
- 2. Rental Properties
- 1. Invest In Yourself
- * Earn Compound Interest On Cryptocurrency
- Time To Take Massive Actions And Choose Best Compound Interest Investment Vehicles
Introduction To The Best Compound Interest Investments
As you may already know, compound interest investments vary widely.
Especially, it depends a lot on the circumstances you have played over the years.
And by these circumstances I mean.
- …been disciplined?
- …blown all-cash away?
- …developed PYF habits?
- …saved to save or invest?
As a result, each of this situation has an enormous effect of the following compound interest investment vehicles that you have chosen or will choose…
Let’s introduce the first one…
7. High-Interest Savings Accounts
The first thing to understand here is that banks rarely offer in the marketing fashion way something like compound interest investment saving accounts.
But wait, you may ask now.
Why do I include it within this list?
The answer is very simple.
Banks calculate daily, monthly, or quarterly interest on your principal.
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As you can see above, ZA Bank calculates savings interest on a daily basis.
That means the interest earned is determined based on the account balance or your principal.
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As long as you already understand compound interest investments and know market cycles, you can become a conservative investor.
So you may explore:
- Corporate bonds.
The reason why governments sell bonds to investors is that they need to build infrastructure, projects, or get out of their debts.
Every developed and even emerging country should have its own government bonds.
The government offers treasury bonds within 10 and 30 years of maturity.
Also, they may sell short-term bonds that carry a higher risk.
But here must be remembered.
If you want broadly invests in bonds as a conservative buy-and-hold investor…
And it leads me to another compound interest investment…
5. ETF Index Funds
ETFs are one of the best compound interest investments for all types of investors.
I like them because they are tradable as stocks.
But I want to emphasize here that only low-cost index funds are worthy to add to your portfolio.
Try to avoid investing in mutual funds that carry high hidden fees.
To underline my fact, read the book Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins.
Remember, there are thousands of ETFs worldwide to choose from.
But for the best exposure, the S&P 500 index fund provides for you the privilege to own the top best performing 500 companies in the United States.
With this in mind,
since its inception, the S&P 500 index fund has returned an annual average of 10%.
And thanks to dividend yield, it adds value to the best compound interest investments.
4. Individual Stocks
The question here is whether growth stocks, dividend growth or dividend stocks?
When you invest in stocks, your compound rate is your:
- profit from capital gains;
- and then multiply by dividends.
It’s really powerful and I talk about it with one example in the article 3 Fundamental Wealth Investment Strategies.
So, speaking of the best compound interest investments in stocks, you should wisely analyze and choose dividend-paying stocks.
Let me give you a broad example.
BDCs invest their capital into dozens – if not hundreds of late-stage, cash flow-positive startups.
And meanwhile, BDCs share their portfolio’s profits with investors via juicy dividends.
Simply said, you can keep the dividends of these stocks as net profits.
On the other hand, you can reinvest them into more shares.
It means it’s one of the best compound interest investments to capitalize on within your portfolio.
Real Estate Investment Trusts or short REITs are not a bad alternative to investing in properties because you don’t need to manage them.
REITs are publicly traded companies and you can trade shares on major stock exchanges.
You can choose:
- commercial offices,
- data centers,
- medical facilities,
- and so on.
Simply said, diversification here is unlimited.
But if you reinvest this profit, you enter the game as one of the best compound interest investment asset classes…
Now, without a doubt…
The following investment vehicle is my best of kind and I pay more and more attention to it…
2. Rental Properties
To own rental properties is the best investment to generate monthly steady cash flow which is crucial to your wealth.
At this point, as a real estate investor or property owner, you need to take care of maintenance.
It means continually looking after a property and managing it if there is some trouble.
Of course, you can hire a property manager or company, but they will slice your monthly profit.
And in order to grow your wealth, monthly steady cash flow is extremely vital. It’s blood in your financial vein.
Because you don’t want to wait and be wealthy when you retired, or do you?
What’s the point?
Instead, you want to receive cash flow every month along with other benefits such as:
- Appreciation which may make you super wealthy when you retired;
- Protection against inflation;
- Good debt paid down by your tenants;
- Tax exceptions and benefits;
- Write offs and deductions…
Would you agree?
After all, rental buy and hold properties are my favorite asset classes within the entire portfolio.
I invest in small apartments with a kitchen and one to two rooms.
I found this sweet spot is ideal for investment properties in my location.
The truth is, I explore investing in multifamily apartments.
It means scaling and buying a building of 16 units and more.
Do you agree with me?
But before doing so, the last and the most important investment is…
1. Invest In Yourself
Last but not least, I can’t avoid one of the most ingenious compound interest assets of all kinds, which is your brain.
And as a result, I wrote an article and made a video about How To Invest In Yourself. You can read or watch it.
But to reiterate it,
And by investing in yourself I mean:
- First, get rid of your money myths;
- Second, recondition your mindset about the truth about money and enabling beliefs;
- Develop elite skills along with side hustle or business to increase your income;
- Learn how money works;
- And overall how to control personal finances.
And after that, you will be able to take those savings and invest them in several asset classes with the power of compound interest that will help you multiply your money and join the wealthy elite.
Isn’t that the real millionaire mind?
Would you agree?
While you stayed with me until the end, I have a bonus for you…
* Earn Compound Interest On Cryptocurrency
This asset class can’t be overlooked anymore.
In this case, you can leverage a strategy called dollar-cost averaging and buy Bitcoin every month, no matter what price is.
Then over time, it grows, and it is one of the most powerful compound interest investments for long-term strategy.
Moreover, there are Fintech companies that offer a juicy annual return plus compounding interest every month.
But that’s not all.
Because some cryptocurrencies also pay dividends.
I recommend doing your research if you want to be part of this high-performing asset class.
Time To Take Massive Actions And Choose Best Compound Interest Investment Vehicles
I would like to conclude this blog post with the same question I was asking you at the beginning.
What can be the best compound interest investments for you?
In order to answer this question, take into consideration these factors:
- Your financial goals;
- How fast you would need access to your money;
- What’s your age;
- And of course your risk tolerance.
So leave us a comment below…
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