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Investing Basics

Investing for growth and income Add to ...

There are many investments that create a steady stream of income and have the potential to go up in value. They are considered to have higher risk because many of them do not guarantee an income and can also go down in value.

Growth and income investments include:

To learn more about investing for growth and income, read Ming’s story.

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