you can invest your money in many segment but share market is very good place for making money in less time, you can invest your money two ways in share market one is intraday and second is future.
Please don't take any advice you get here, for that amount of money. Talk to 3 investment professionals. Ask specifically about their fees or commissions, and get definite answers.
Pick the broker you feel will give you the best service. Fire him if you make a mistake.
Your goal is to make money, not send your broker's kid through college.
If you've really got $15 k a month to invest, then going to invest in a mutual fund is like buying a monthly bus pass to take care of your transportation needs. You are not the driver, you are just a passenger with a bunch of strangers, and you are being taken for a ride. Take a few minutes and research ETFs, open an online broker account – and buy a minimum of four – one bond ETF, one domestic US ETF , one world ETF, and one Growth stock ETF. Put 25% in each ETF. The fees will be much simpler, you will be in control, and you can sell any ETF at any time when the stock-market is open.
ETFS: Just do some five minute research on each…
If you can afford whatever a month, You'd be a dam fool not to.
Without having more information about your personal information, such as age, current income and other data such as risk tolerance, martial status, demographics, income & expenses, and your current liabilities it would be very inappropriate for me or any other responsible person to provide specific investment information in this type of media.
Also it would not be appropriate for any professional to provide any specific investing advice based on the information provided. And it would not be prudent for you to accept any specific investment advice from unknown individuals here at YA or a similar media.
There are many people just like you that are, or were looking to invest and those that did bought Mutual Funds and/or Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). One purpose of mutual funds is to help investors like you, who are either just entering the investment world or who have no investing experience. Once you feel you at least have an understanding of investments you should look into ETFs which are similar to mutual funds but are traded on the exchanges.
Mutual Fund companies as well as ETFs and Master Limited Partnerships have an entire array of products many will fit your needs. Read about the various products and in doing so you will be getting investment ideas and at the same time educating yourself about investing.
You could also contact the funds companies for more information. I have found that Vanguard (http://www.vanguard.com/) & Fidelity Investments (https://www.fidelity.com/)
can meet your needs for mutual funds. The service and information they provide is all free and you will find it helpful. You can also read about Master Limited Partnerships at “the Dividend Detective” http://www.dividenddetective.com/
Regardless of what you decide, do not ever let anyone tell you not to invest, especially those that do not invest themselves.
Good luck on your journey
Get a library card.
U got LOTS to learn.
Get educated adults locally to explain reality to u there.
do it, invest as much as you can as often as you can. you can never have too much money for retirement