Are you learning how to invest in stocks? We’ve compiled 101 tips for investing newbies on actionable things that can make you a better investor today. Read them. Learn them. Embed them into your investing strategy for life. Before Investing 1. Make saving and investing a priority If you don’t, you’re bound to needlessly spend […]
Investing in stocks is one of the best long term investments you can make, but it’s not the only one and it’s certainly not for the faint of heart. The past 14 years has seen the US economy slug through two major recessions that tested the resolve of even seasoned investors. From 2000 – 2002 […]
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Compounding interest can be either one of the biggest levers of financial success when working for you, and one of the biggest contributors to a financial meltdown when working against you.
The evolution of stock trading continues. Long gone are the days of calling up your broker to make a trade, and soon enough a new app called RobinHood wants to make ancient the days of paying $6.99 for every trade you make.
Most new investors have the wrong mindset when evaluating a company. To have long term success, you should evaluate a company as if you’re buying the whole thing. You’ll find this mindset completely shifts how you feel about an investment.
Matching stocks to your investing goals boils down to asking yourself one simple question – when will you be needing the money? The answer to this question dictates how much risk you can handle, and the size of company you should invest in.
Your investing strategy doesn’t have to be overly complex to earn high rewards. Some of the most successful investors apply a strategy of simplicity when investing. Learn 4 ways to keep your investing strategy simple, yet profitable.