When we try to put a private investor in the realities of modern financial markets, the first thing that comes to mind is bank deposits. You can’t argue with this, and the deposit is indeed the most common and, as many people believe, almost the only investment instrument worthy of a private investor.
However, having argued with these “many”, we will also recall investments in mutual funds, as well as in individual stocks. They write and talk about this a lot, they do much less, but still this direction is also very well studied and described, all the pros and cons of this kind of investment are dismantled. Continue reading