There are lots of investment options out there from which to choose. But what are the best risk averse, high return investments available?

Choosing the proper tactical investment strategy can make all the difference when it comes to saving money, compounding wealth, and achieving peace of mind. While there may be some investment options that offer a compelling amount of returns, they may also carry with them some high fees, confusing terms, and downright erratic strategies that can hurt your wallet and/or savings account.

However, there are some investments that are much safer, such as fixed annuities, that are far less risky, but also carry broker fees and low interest rates. Isn’t there a way to get the best of both worlds; an investment that is both low risk and high returns? Well, now there is. But more on that later.

First, here are but a few of the common investment options, ranked by risk.

Highly Volatile

Many of these types of investments are not recommended for the average investor looking to grow their savings or maintain a comfortable lifestyle with reliable, consistent returns. Day trading, variable and indexed annuities, hedge funds, and other high risk investments often carry extremely high brokerage fees, and you also have to be extremely wary of the overall market volatility.

  • Margin Stocks/Day Trading
  • Variable Annuities/Indexed Annuities
  • Hedge Funds

Somewhat Risky

Some of these investment options may offer a high return profile, but it’s still worth being overly cautious about the the amount of risk to your portfolio and the health of your savings. While it may seem like a smart idea to rack up high credit card debt, for instance, you might end up paying extremely high interest and find yourself unable to save for later in life. Likewise, taking early Social Security withdrawals may leave you shorthanded when retirement comes around. Here are a few investments that are considered somewhat risky.

  • Credit Cards
  • Individual Stocks
  • Secondary Market Bonds
  • Early Social Security Withdrawals
  • Investing Directly In Real Estate

Risk-Averse, Low Return

These types of investments offer lower risk, but the compromise is that they often carry low interest rates, confusing terms, and sometimes high management or transaction fees which often times eat into your returns. Of course, these are still very promising investment options, and especially when it comes to retirement planning, you can’t go wrong with a 401K/IRA savings account.

  • 401K/IRA
  • CD’s
  • Fixed Annuities
  • Treasury Bonds

Risk-Averse, High Return

Only one investment option offers the low-risk, high return profile while also providing a stable, consistent stream of monthly income. What is it?

With the Tactical Wealth Fixed Income Fund, you get a better way to invest your money and receive peace of mind with no hidden investor fees, management fees, or transaction fees. With the Fixed Income Fund, you always get the highest interest rate possible, sometimes as great as two times higher than other fixed annuity rates.

Our fund is simple and easy to understand. The Fixed Income Fund deals in the oldest and largest asset in the world: Real estate, meaning you only really need to understand mortgages. Backed by a contingency reserve to serve as collateral and protect against non-performing loans, you receive the security of a high return investment that other options simply can’t provide. Contact Tactical Wealth today to learn more.