Investments sacrifice current spending to gain future benefits. Learn about the options and factors to consider when making an investment.
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Did you know that in Mexico only that 3% of the population have an adequate financial culture? According to the National Financial Education Survey, 69% of people do not inform themselves about forms of savings or retirement savings and are not in the habit of saving.
The Mexicans point out that the reasons they would save are: insecurity and basic needs, but they also have no habit of ensuring their health, said Luis Gómez, a financial expert.
During your live class: “How to invest to improve the future”, organized by e IEBS through the initiative HomeSchool, Luis and Lorena Perales, Director General of ARASexplained what options you need to invest.
“An investment sacrifices current spending to acquire assets that offer future benefits,” said Gómez, recalling that “the higher the risk, the higher the return.”
The following factors must be taken into account when investing:
- How much will you invest Depending on the amount, access to the various investment vehicles you may have is.
- Availability. During this period you can have your money at your disposal.
- Risk. Invest the money you want to lose, as anything can happen in the financial field.
- Power. Risk and return always go hand in hand.
Some of the investment opportunities are:
- Bank investments
- CETES directly
- Investment companies
- Voluntary contributions to the afore
To get to know the various investment options in detail, we invite you to see the entire class of homeschool, in the video in this note. You can also get to know the ARAS offer.
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