Online store owners always look for a risk free investment
when it comes to incorporating web to print technology as they do not want to spend a lot on having a web to print store and regret later.
The report said that the banks have not pursued housing finance due to lack of implementation of foreclosure law, titling issues and availability of risk free investment
. Another reason hindering housing finance is banks' reluctance to lend outside few big cities, said the report.
"This is due to the fact that the EGP (Egyptian Pound) was being devalued against USD and there was little risk free investment
As evident bulk of the deposits was used for investment in government securities offering risk free investment
as against advances.
U will assist farmers in setting up ostrich farms by providing complete training, technical assistance, consultancy and medication to ensure a safe and risk free investment
In the meeting, it was decided that PMAS-AAUR in collaboration with POC would help the farmers in setting up ostrich farm and would provide complete training, technical assistance, consultancy, medication to ensure safe and risk free investment
in ostrich farming.
Because a completely risk free investment
would be one which would repay at a future date, an amount equivalent in purchasing power to that represented by the amount originally invested.
Of course the investor can't expect a risk free investment
, but the more the plan demonstrates that management can handle the risks present in the business and marketplace, the more successful it will become.
Now we have complaints in the press that the money does not reach those who need it, with the largest farms still receiving the greatest payments ( the Commission has been trying for some time, without success, to deal with that by introducing a cap (the Commissioner has promised to try again as part of the health check) ( and complaints that speculators are buying entitlements to single payments, registering themselves as occupiers of unproductive scrub land and looking forward to a better return on their risk free investment
than the financial markets can deliver.
To arrive at a comparison between costs and revenues it will suffice to compare an investment in one notional high demand item against a risk free investment
returning 8% per annum.
The most important point for them to understand is that there really is no such thing as a "risk free investment
." In planning an investment portfolio, investors do not have a choice of "risky" versus "risk-free" investments.
Banks are expected to maintain their preference for risk free investment
in government securities while shying away from risky advances to customers.