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I am a graduate with a degree in B.Tech Software Engineering.
I don’t have a background in finance.

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Investment Risks

There are risks associated with investing in securities. Investing in stocks, bonds, exchange traded funds, mutual funds, and money markets funds involve risk of loss. Loss of principal is possible. Some high risk investment may use leverage, which will accentuate gains and losses. Foriegn investing involves special risks, including a greater volatility and political, economic and currency risks and differences in accounting methods. A security’s or a firm’s past investment performance is not a guarantee or predictor of future investment performance.