Introduction to Personal Investing

The Basics

Do higher rates of returns generally mean that my money may be more at risk?

Certain more exotic investment vehicles, such as collateralized mortgage obligations, promise higher rates, but are quite risky, as they may be derived from more at-risk loans and mortgage products in order to attract investors. So it is very important to know fully what investments you are making and their inherent risks before you commit.


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