Investing basics + “I have money but don’t know what to do with it”

Do you know your investing basics? Are you comfortable with the investing terms that you come across? Or is it just a mumbo jumbo of information that you prefer to skip? Or, maybe, you find it so confusing that you’d choose NOT to invest at all.

Investing can be scary for those who don’t know how it works.

This entire month, I will be focusing on investing – investing basics, terms that you should be familiar with, how to investment, what are the best investments and more.

Investing basics

Let’s admit that investing is one of the wisest decisions that you will make to help secure your future. In this Vlog, the first in this series, let’s understand basic investing terms that people hear all the time. I talk about stocks & bonds and a few other terms that can help you get acquainted and feel more comfortable.

I also emphasize the importance of starting to invest as early as possible to maximize the amount of money you will have to serve your long-term financial goals. The right time to start investing is NOW. If you have not yet started investing, no worries. But let’s get you going!

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Still need help?

If you are still wondering about the investment basics, I invite you to contact me to schedule a free, no-commitment initial phone call to help you decide whether I can help you plan and realize your financial goals. Click here to schedule a call with me.

Want to know more about investing basics? Click here to view my second Vlog in these series where I speak about the irrationality of not investing in the stock markets when your goal is to grow your money for the future. View the post here. 

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