This week I am getting through the universal laws of prosperity from “The Richest Man in Babylon” book by GEORGE SAMUEL CLASON, which are referred to as the “Seven cures for the lean purse”.
Review chapter #4 in the book.
The Fourth Cure: Guard thy treasures from loss
“Guard thy treasure from loss by investing only where thy principal is safe, where it may be reclaimed if desirable, and where thou will not fail to collect a fair rental. Consult with wise men. Secure the advice of those experienced in the profitable handling of gold. Let their wisdom protect thy treasure from unsafe investments."
These are very wise words of wisdom here. Who can give me an example of an investment, which is safe in principal and pays a fair rental (dividends & interest and can be consulted and discussed with a wise men/women (aka: financial advisor)?