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How to start investing (my advice)

on Tue May 24, 2016 6:19 am
Investing is like religion – people have some strong opinions and may even belong to one of many “sects”.
There are the doomsday preppers who are convinced our financial system will collapse, so they stick all their money in gold and real estate. There are the optimistic and opportunistic day-traders with their Batcaves covered in wall-to-wall monitors. And there are the indexers, those that simply invest in everything in order to take advantage of the slow and steady increase in the overall value of the markets.
If you already belong strongly to one of the above camps, you may not find the investing resources on Money Under 30 useful. If, however, you have an open mind and are interested in learning simple strategies for successful lifelong investing – without any gimmicks – then read on.
My personal investing philosophy is quite simple: Create broad diversification through a mix of low-cost mutual funds and ETFs, while keeping it fun by holding individual stocks with up to 10 percent of my assets.
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Re: How to start investing (my advice)

on Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:01 pm
What is the minimal sum for investing and what sum would you suggest to start with?
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Re: How to start investing (my advice)

on Mon Apr 24, 2017 8:33 am
What is the minimal sum for investing and what sum would you suggest to start with?

it depends on your broker. there are different minimum deposit requirements offered by each broker.. but I would suggest an important share tip that only invests money that can you can afford to lose, do not put money that you don't want to lose. every investor must be aware that the market is volatile. so if losing events happen, you will not be broke.
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