Investment has different meanings in finance and economics.
In economics, investment is related to saving and deferring consumption. Investment is involved in many areas of the economy, such as business management and finance whether for households, firms, or governments.
In finance, investment is putting money into something with the expectation of gain, usually over a longer term. This may or may not be backed by research and analysis. Most or all forms of investment involve some form of risk, such as investment in equities, property, and even fixed interest securities which are subject, inter alia, to inflation risk.
In contrast putting money into something with a hope of short-term gain, with or without thorough analysis, is gambling or speculation. This category would include most forms of derivatives, which incorporate a risk element without being long-term homes for money, and betting on horses. It would also include purchase of e.g. a company share in the hope of a short-term gain without any intention of holding it for the long term. Under the efficient market hypothesis, all investments with equal risk should have the same expected rate of return: that is to say there is a trade-off between risk and expected return. But that does not prevent one from investing in risky assets over the long term in the hope of benefiting from this trade-off. The common usage of investment to describe speculation has had a effect in real life aswell: it reduced investor capacity to discern investment from speculation, reduced investor awareness of risk associated with speculation, increased capital available to speculation, and decreased capital available to investment.
We work with econimical experts together who knows the economical situation in each area and as well as the market very well. There it would be a low risk investment for each party.
astrinasONE usually is a medium term project what is used between Asian or European companies and astrinas for different market researches in defined countries in Europe or Asia with the target to develop the commerce and finally the business between Europe and Asia.
Full analysis of the products for all astrinasONE project customers. Complete professional market analysis and market research for all products in the defined countries with their target groups. Systematically contact with potential companies and contact transfer between both companies. Arrangement of business meetings, coaching, support and attendance, translations and so on.
Please let us know your plans and contact us to get more detailed information about the astrinasONE project.
astrinas - Asian Trade and Investment Ltd.
Stockport, branch office Opfikon
Phone: +41 32 510 61 30
Sales office Germany:
Phone: +49 9131 926 55 61
astrinas Manufacturing Industry Ltd.
18th Floor, On Hong Commercial Building,
145 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
Phone: +86 181 6554 2100
astrinas - Asian Trade
and Investment Ltd.
Carpenter Court, 1 Maple Road
GB-Bramhall Stockport SK7 2DH
Cheshire, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 7024 06 96 70 Skype: astrinas1 firstname.lastname@example.org