What is an Investor?
An investor is a person that invests in something with the hope for financial gain or interest. There are many types of investments, such as equities (stocks), debt securities like bonds and mortgages; real estate equity plus rental income from properties you own – either free-standing buildings themselves or land on which they stand; infrastructure items like roads networks etc.; currency pairs involving two different currencies trading against one another but having some sort guarantee attached so their value will rise when inflationary forces become strong enough within society at large whereas these same entities might fall due to increasing demand.
There are many different types of investors in the stock market, but all have one thing in common: they’re looking for returns on their investments. Whether you provide capital or buy stocks from other people and hope that Company A will profit off them by growing at an impressive rate with good management is up to how risky your appetite may be – some might even prefer safer bets!