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    what would be a good low risk investment

    i had a reasonable amount of money invested in bonus bonds which were getting a not bad return but earlier this year some shit happened which required a lawyer who excessivley charged me and i had to use most of this money to pay the fukn asshole so now theres 3.5k sitting in the bonds and its gone stagnant for to long what would be a better option other than guns strippers and guns and more guns cheers

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    Passive managed fund. See Mary Holmes website.

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    Port of Tauranga shares
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    Nzx50 index fund via smart shares. Or super life or simplicity. There's an initial fee to start your smart shares and then pretty low fees as you go along.

    They get good returns for a low risk that virtually everyone is comfortable with.

    The only problem is that the nzx50 is at its highest ever right now. But if you plan on keeping it for 10 years it won't make much difference.

    Smart shares allows you to drip feed money from a minimum of 50 bucks a month until you have enough money to buy another unit of shares. You also get a dividend which you can reinvest.

    They offer others like oil and gas etc etc as well but there's a little more tax paid on them as theyre overseas and a bit more hassle from what I've read.

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    Milford Asset Managements Conservative or Diversified PIE fund.
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    How about Hookers, Strippers and more guns?
    I've got a bit of money invested in guns, but not the other two. Let me know how you get on.
    I've been wondering about bitcoin (not even sure if that's how it's spelt). But know nothing about the subject.
    Anyone able to shed light on the good and bad of such investments?
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    Being older and not wanting to be skinned by a Watson, a blue Chip, a Western Bay Finance, etc etc etc. I have a cash investment with Fisher Funds, it is a mix of low and med risk, returning just over 5% last year, but I'm very conservative and like to be in control, housing has always made me money, but alas stupid laws caused by dodgy builders and supply merchants has stopped me building my own houses for profit!!! I have cash sitting in 3 banks Rabo gives me the best return on term investment!
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    Index funds, we use simplicity but from memory the min starting amount may be to high for you right now. also been playing with harmony for peer to peer lending and have been avaraging a good return but it is higher risk
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    Buy a few Tikka T3 + Leupold VX1 combos, then put them on trademe at about double the original cost. Make sure you mention several times that Tikka "GURANTEA MOA ACCRUACY".

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    Auck housing market would have been good, bought a house in Aliford Ave Greenland for $320 k about 15 years ago, sola it 7 yrs later for $780k, today would be worth about $1.3 m, bugger sold to soon!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Auck housing market would have been good, bought a house in Aliford Ave Greenland for $320 k about 15 years ago, sola it 7 yrs later for $780k, today would be worth about $1.3 m, bugger sold to soon!!
    Go back and start spouting on about some treaty agreement and claim what's rightfully yours.
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    Penis enlargement operation then cruise the bars for a wealthy Cougar and kick back for the rest of your life or become a gigolo , not only do you make a sound investment, you end up in a whole new career as well.
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