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3 Unconventional Ways to Invest Your Money

Have you got a bit of spare cash that you're looking to invest? Congrats! Maybe you've just sold your car and are going to start walking everywhere, or maybe you just got a retirement payout. Either way, you might be looking to invest. Investing your money is a good idea these days in a fluctuating economic climate. You might want to treat yourself, but how is that going to provide for your future?

You probably already know investment options like stocks and ISAs. These are great, but they aren't the only option. Another good one is property, which while volatile, has continued to provide growth and an investment yield for decades in the right areas. But that's not what we're going to look at in this article. We're going to look at a few unconventional ways to invest your money. Some of them might be a bit more obvious than others, but all of them could see you making more than just keeping your money in a savings account. Gambling your money away on sports and in casinos is an option. If you want to find a Rivers casino bonus code, you could actually win big---but that probably isn't a viable longterm investment. It could still be a fun way to win, but might not be sustainable

Remember, these methods are unconventional. That means most of them are HIGH RISK. Don't ever invest money in high-risk instruments that you aren't willing to lose. The upside of these investment methods is that they could make you a lot more than standard investment methods, but they could also lose you more. That's something you need to be aware of before moving into them. Maybe keep MOST of your capital in low-risk investments while leaving a bit to speculate with? That could be a good plan.

1. Fine art
You might think you need a large sum to get started in the art world, but that isn't necessarily the case. Fine art has seen huge increases in recent years, and it's the go-to investment for many people. If you can't afford a high-end painting yourself, you can join an art investment fund and get a share of one. Or you could look at the lower end of the market for artists who haven't had a boom yet.

2. Staking a professional gambler
Did you know that some people actually make a living from gambling? These guys are experts, but they still need help with staking from time to time. That means you can "invest" in their profits by giving them money to gamble with, in return for some of their winnings. It's high risk, but it could work.

3. Cryptocurrency
You've probably seen how big cryptos like BitCoin have become in recent years. While you might have missed the BitCoin boom itself, there could still be money to made on other, smaller coins. Some of these haven't had their major market growth yet, and can be picked up for a few cents each. There are thousands of different currencies out there, and nobody really knows which one will take off next, but there could still be money to be made.

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August 5, 2019

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The Louvre opens an exhibition of drawings by Antoine-Jean Gros

Phillips announces 'Andy Warhol's Lenin' works from the archive of Galerie Klüser

Japan halts exhibit of Sout Korea's 'comfort women' statue

L.A. Louver announces the passing of artist Don Suggs at 74 years of age

Marciano Art Foundation opens Anna Uddenberg's first institutional show in the U.S.

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Swann Galleries to offer newly surfaced volumes from Herman Melville's personal library

Exhibition at the Rencontres d'Arles celebrates the 50th anniversary of Motown

10th International Printmaking Exhibition of Cremona announces exhibitions

The Foundation for the Promotion of Contemporary Art in Weidingen exhibits new works by Zhang Wei

Emma Lavigne appointed president of Palais de Tokyo

Museum of Fine Arts, St Petersburg announces new trustees

The Ravestijn Gallery exhibits Mathieu Asselin's 'Monsanto®: A Photographic Investigation'

Exhibition brings together the work of over 25 contemporary artists who use innovative imaging strategies

Exhibition examines the ways in which artists use assemblage as a means to deconstruct a fixed identity

The Jewish Museum launches new audio tours featuring a range of perspectives, available on all devices

Turner Auctions + Appraisals to offer the Julianna Southall Glumac collection of art & decorative arts

Schilt Publishing to release Dear Mr. Picasso: An illustrated love affair with freedom by Fred Baldwin

Rosemary Laing honoured at 35th Higashikawa International Photography Festival

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