Sara Davis, Money Inc
December 2, 2017
Investing is a gamble. In 2000, Fortune published “10 Stocks to Last the Decade”; by August 2014, the suggested portfolio (which included Enron) had an average return of -59 percent. Hindsight may be 20/20, but that’s not a clarity you can afford when you’re just starting out.
Brian Nelson has gained a lot of insight through years of careful investment, encountering setbacks and success. As cofounder of Nelson Brothers, Nelson specializes in investing in student housing and enjoys guiding others in seeking out potentially wise investments. Here are 7 tips from Nelson for those getting their feet wet and looking at prospective investments.
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