When it comes to investments, we often think of a way to make quick and easy money, but it is precisely this approach that can make us lose our savings.
Is investing for a few or for all?
Here we are to the sore point… but is investing in the stock market something that we can all do or only those who have been in finance for several years?
Everyone can invest, under one condition: to do it with a strategy and a lot of caution.
It’s obvious? Well, I can assure you that most people who start investing do not behave by following a strategy but by buying in the hope that that share will be worth much more tomorrow.
This behavior is very risky.
BUT THEN, HOW TO CHOOSE ON WHAT TO INVEST?
The first thing to decide is how much you have available to invest: it is always a good choice to start with a small sum, so you also get acquainted with the different options on the market.
The second thing to do is to choose stocks that have a good yeld dividend (or dividend). As mentioned in my previous post, today (especially in the USA) you can have monthly dividends.
Third advice, if you do not have a lot of knowledge in the markets, choose stable shares such as INTESA, ENI, ENEL, etc. staying away from those shares that undergo sudden changes.
DIVERSIFY YOUR INVESTMENTS
Don’t just buy bank or energy bonds; your portfolio also includes BTPs, insurance policies, certificates and ETFs.
NEVER BE IN A HURRY
This applies to both buying and selling. Remember that the best investors are always looking for
BUY AT THE LOWEST PRICE AND SELL AT THE HIGHEST PRICE
Following these tips, you probably won’t make exaggerated earnings, but you’ll have a small monthly income that you can keep to yourself or reinvest.
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