Investing/Investment is the act of buying financial assets with the potential to increase in value, such as stocks, bonds, or shares in Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) or mutual funds. Investments are not guaranteed to hold or increase their value over time. There are different ways you can invest, we have, High-yield savings accounts, Short-term certificates of deposit, Short-term government bond funds, Series I bonds, Short-term corporate bond funds, S&P 500 index funds, Dividend stock funds and Value stock funds. Types of investments include Growth investments, Shares, Property, Defensive investments, Cash and Fixed interest. Investing is an effective way to put your money to work and potentially build wealth. Smart investing may allow your money to outpace inflation and increase in value. The greater growth potential of investing is primarily due to the power of compounding and the risk-return tradeoff. Investing' is more than building rainy day savings, the potential for healthy long term returns, it beat inflation, to earn additional income, to set certain goals, outperformance of inflation, to provide a regular income, to tailor to your changing needs, and finally, Invest to fit your financial circumstances.