This just goes to show how volatile investing in stocks can be. Your return depends a lot on where you invest your money, but the results can be skewed drastically by when you invest, too.
With that in mind, not everyone wants to drop a ton of additional cash into stocks — especially not when they’re close to retirement age.
Where to Invest $1 Million Dollars
Recently, a reader contacted me for this exact reason — he had $1 million dollars to invest but didn’t want to invest all of it into the stock market. He wanted to know where else he could invest his money where he had the potential for a great return without as much volatility and risk.
This article originally appeared on Forbes