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I have to say that any investment that is tied to Wall Street is a potentially bad problem (to say it nicely.) The money that you invest into anything related will not bring the same ROI as reinvesting in yourself (your business.) Investing in real estate is probably the best option other than your business. But don't invest for capital gains, that doesn't always work. Invest for cash flow through rental properties.
You hit the nail on the head. In these times many investors are looking for brick and mortar investments, also know as rental property. My two last properties purchased are showing 30% returns. With bank financing I'm able to purchase $100k worth of property for $20k and have a ROI in 3 years.