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Investing for dummies

  • 07-01-2022 1:27am
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    Registered Users Posts: 922 ✭✭✭ WhiteWalls


    A lot of talk of inflation in the coming years may have more people thinking about investing.


    I see it advertised about from financial companies. My question is if someone hands over let's say 20k for five years, is that sum guaranteed and what would be seen as an OK yield after 5 years? I assume the company would take a cut also?



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