Raising capital in the new decade should not be that difficult. There are many predictions out there that state there will be a sharp fall in the value of the Euro and the Pound will be stronger than ever late 2020. In terms of raising money there are a range of options potential borrowers can move towards and the likelihood of their being a super strong pound will create additional opportunities to lend money.
Interest rates are predicted to remain settled throughout 2020 and into 2021, despite there potentially being a divorce from Europe. Property therefore remains a safe bet in which to invest money and safe yields of around 10% are possible in the right areas. Spend time researching geographical areas prior to launching into property deals though. There is still money to be made, but only in the right locations.
As interest rates are so low, there will be many people with chunks of money to invest as they are making next to nothing on their existing savings. If you happen to be in a fortunate position to have a large sum of money stowed away, then the best option would be to try and diversify your portfolio. The answer is not to withdraw everything though. Always go with caution and look for limited risk financial investments.
Go with Caution
There is a real sense of purpose with regards to the future financial markets as we transition into the new decade. Many people are understandably cautious when it comes to risking any savings, but in order to accumulate, one must be prepared to speculate and there has to be some degree of risk taking to be made. Always research your market prior to investing in order to fully understand the potential risks you may face.