Investors are consciously aware of money. They understand their financial situations and try to put their money to work.
Regardless of their current financial standing, investors tend to seek a day when passive income will provide sufficient income to cover all of their bills. Their actions are driven by careful decision-making, and their investments reflect the need to take a certain amount of risk in pursuit of their goals.
Investors can vary on their own level of financial education but are typically open and learning constantly. Investors try to take calculated risks with investing and ask a lot of questions. Investors typically have credit cards but pay of these balances monthly so they are not subject to to high cost of interest by having an on-going balance.
Investors typically try to have cash reserves for liquidity in a some type of financial institution just in case something goes wrong. They usually have a “Plan A” and a “Plan B”.
Investors are typically active in a variety of ways for their money to make more money such as the stock market, real estate, and businesses. Investors can sometimes have big egos, like the spenders.
Investors may be employed or self sufficient as a business owner of entrepreneur. Investors often use investment managers but will actively manage them as opposed to just opening their statements and not asking any questions.