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Hi there!

Some people use a phrase "back invest" meaning earning money on investments. There is not such a term in any financial dictionary, so can it be a slang phrase or it is a complete mistake?

P.S. I know that "invest back" can mean "invest in their own economy" for expats, for example. BUT does it to any extent sound like "to increase income from one's investments"?

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teachersergeSome people use a phrase "back invest" meaning earning money on investments.

It is not clear that this proposed definition is the same part of speech as the term itself. "(to) back invest" seems as if it would be a verb. However, my Google searches did not reveal any instances of "back invest" used as a distinct phrase. Do you have any examples of its use that you can post?

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I have never heard that expression.

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Thank you so much! I have not found any instances on the web, just heard it. Most likely some misunderstanding

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