Greetings.I have a constant flow of income that is able to give me a savings of 40 k monthly savings.Could you give me ideas how to invest and grow the money over a period of let’s say 2 years.I am looking for a savings plan or investment that will not be a problem or such a Hussle If I need to liquidate the investment.Cheers!
Let me call @Azor Ahai
Passive investment jaribu money market funds ama government bond.
Go back and when you can raise a substantial amount per month, come back with the question
Otherwise hii hapa ni wasting our time …like undressing only for us to find your butt is so cold
This doesn’t make sense to you because it probably is above you.I am not talking about Investing a lump sum because I possibly have already done that and that is what is generating what I want to reinvest.I am not reinvesting in the same business because I don’t want to put all my eggs in one basket and simply because the business might not be long time.Some businesses and mostly btw have a lifespan.
Weka money market fund as adviced by @Wanaruona specifically icea or cic. The returns are not high but you will preserve your capital
My friend, kitu nakuambia saving ya 40k per month is not worth publishing to the world. Wewe ni maskini fukara.
Mauchungu ni za nini? Who hurt you, son?
Let the guy be. Kama hauna jibu ya maana STFU!
We can’t have a 40k per month saving conversation… it’s a waste of time
Arabe ume amua kulipua watu na RPG.
Says a mongrel typing from a dingy bedsitter in the outskirts of Jigger infested Mochatha
Umeona muarabu wapi mochatha kwa bedsitter wewe shiny eye mdomo kauka mkono mrefu
Pesa kidogo na Ako na kelele mingi
Thank you guys.
Wee ngojea link ya malanye uwank pole pole.Watu wako na pesa hawaongeangi mingi mingi.Enda ukapange line ya Subsidized Unga
It’s fantastic that you have a consistent monthly savings of 40k! You’re in a good position to explore various investment and savings options to grow your money over the next two years.
Regarding liquidity, it’s wise to keep a portion of your savings in more accessible investments like high-yield savings accounts or short-term bonds. This ensures you have funds readily available in case of unexpected expenses.
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