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Investments (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

Inversiones

Ramón is thinking about investing to maximise her savings. In this exercise you'll practise subordinate causal clauses, exclamations with "cuánto + verb" and the position of pronouns.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "saving (money saved)", "even so (nevertheless)", "to involve", "risk" and "issuing entity".

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I just got back from the bank because I had a meeting with my financial advisor. He recommended (to me) investing in the stock market so that my savings multiply. Even so, I am not sure since investing in the stock market involves some risks. I prefer to invest in state bonds since the risk margin is smaller. My financial advisor explained to me that the difference between stocks and state bonds is that with stocks you own the assets of the company, while with bonds, you only buy a part of the debt of the company or issuing entity. I learned a lot today!

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