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Poll: Do you invest any of your income?
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Oct 12, 2007

This forum topic is for the discussion of the poll question "Do you invest any of your income?".

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Yaotl Altan  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:04
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Yes Oct 12, 2007

I bought a new PC, dictionaries, and keep updated with innovations in my fields.


Heike Reagan  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 06:04
German to English
Well, if "investing" means Oct 12, 2007

to buy items for your business/job, then yes, I do invest.
I understood it to mean investing as in stock market, money market, funds, savings, etc. and my answer was no. I should though, but I keep putting it off from month to month and year to year.


Nina Khmielnitzky  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:04
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English to French
In my RRSP's Oct 12, 2007

My in-house job provides for my living needs (mortgage, etc.) and my freelancing is the icing on the cake: Computer, retirement fund (paid for my wedding too!).


Beatriz Galiano (X)
Local time: 07:04
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Investment Oct 12, 2007

This meaning of investment allows me to say that in spite of some unpleasant situations, I've been able to invest in a couple of dictionaries, and thats about all...

Oh, yes, also investing in studies and my health and wellbeing.

[Edited at 2007-10-12 22:14]


Brandis (X)
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a few key words Oct 12, 2007

cat tools, customers, real-estates, high class sports. Best regards, Brandis


Oleg Rudavin  Identity Verified
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Real estate Oct 12, 2007

And quite a lot - locally and abroad.



Szymon Metkowski  Identity Verified
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It depends Oct 12, 2007

If you mean reinvesting earned money in my personal and professional developement than the answer would be in my case yes, very much. Actually I do not invest in anything else.

To give some examples:
law studies,
trainings (trados, soft skills),
conferences, membership,
membership in associations,


Henry Hinds  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 04:04
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Yes Oct 12, 2007

Always have, and like Oleg, I prefer real estate. It's kept me from ending up poor.

But no, I won't share...


Hilde Granlund  Identity Verified
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Health and wellbeing Oct 12, 2007

I have just paid for an upcoming two week holiday in a sunny place. That is what I call a good investmenticon_wink.gif

I also try to save a little for my old age in various ways, and I am not sharing that, eithericon_wink.gif Perhaps with my husband...


Nesrin  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:04
English to Arabic
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No, Inland Revenue does that for me Oct 12, 2007

Right now, all the money I'm saving is going towards paying the taxes due for January 2008!

I understood "investment" in the sense of investment in stocks and shares, property etc. so the answer was a clear "No". I didn't understand it as investment in software or courses or personal development.


Fernando D. Walker  Identity Verified

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New things Oct 12, 2007

I invested in a laptop, books and studies. With my girlfriend we bought a new refrigerator among other things for our apartment, well, "our" is a way of saying it, for our rented apartmenticon_frown.gif. Buying a house is beyond our possibilities; they are really expensive in Argentina.


Anuja Trehan  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:34
Spanish to English
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Yes Oct 13, 2007

Yes I do invest in stock market (in mutual funds) if that is what you intended to know.


Lindsay Sabadosa  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 06:04
Member (2004)
Italian to English
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Definitely Oct 13, 2007

Individual stocks, mutual funds, CDs, money market accounts, retirement funds, real estate... it can get addictive after a while.


Cristina Heraud-van Tol  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:04
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No Oct 13, 2007

I answered "No" because I thought you meant stocks, real estate and all sorts of financial things.

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