Most investors often bail out on an investment because they did not double their money in a certain period of time.

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Here are the pitfalls to avoid when investing in 2022

What you need to know:

  • Understand the investment better by carrying out due diligence around that particular investment vehicle.
  • If, for instance, you are buying shares, then you are either going to earn money through dividends or shares, which will appreciate in value over time.

You have saved some money and are now looking for an investment that will fetch you a good return, or you have borrowed money to invest and therefore have an obligation to repay your debt.


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