Who among us doesn’t want to find a way to invest their money properly? Of course there are many ways but most of them are not safe or guaranteed and cannot be relied upon to be the way of money, so some may have money, especially if they are low value they are reluctant to invest for fear of failure or loss.
Before deciding to invest money in the bank, we should look at all the details of this matter, so that the decision is based on a thorough study of all the options and benefits that can be obtained from investing in banks and knowing what is appropriate for you.
Experts say that Eurozone economies are showing better signs of recovery than the United States, following the Corona crisis that hit the world this year.
Michael Zeltzer, market expert at BCS World of Investments, said the European currency may at this point be more attractive to investors than the U.S. currency when comparing the performance of the eurozone economy to that of the U.S. economy.
He noted that the dollar index continues to fall against a basket of major currencies, reaching its lowest level in two years, and continues to decline.
“The dollar is not the best tool for capital preservation, against the backdrop of a large-scale monetary and financial stimulus program, and the enthusiasm of the U.S. authorities to reduce their trade deficits,” he said.
Zeltzer gave a stable outlook for the euro, pointing out that the euro may climb against the dollar above 1.2, after considering favorable conditions.