MOSCOW, 7 Mar – PRIME. The people who rushed headlong into the stock market after deposit rates dropped are making a big mistake. IA DEITA.RU warns about this with reference to the words of the famous Russian economist Mikhail Delyagin. The economist told what Russians will regret in six months. According to the expert, which he outlined on his website, “in the conditions of the growing crisis, the key factor in saving money is avoiding risks. it became necessary to protect and invest only in investments with a guaranteed return. ” Delyagin noted that “at the moment they are all the same bank deposits, as well as federal loan bonds. Other less reliable, but still quite working ways to preserve liquidity are buying the currency of non-producing and non-producing countries, as well as buying real estate in industrial regional centers “. According to the economist, “any other investment in a situation of approaching a global economic depression leads to the fact that a person who decides on them may lose all their savings.” “The easiest and fastest way to do this is in the stock market, where a huge number of people rushed, unwilling to receive only a few percent of the annual profit,” he summed up.