8 Simple Steps to Start Investing in 2021 [Investing for Beginners]
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I did a poll last year of the community and found that one-in-five had not started investing yet. That changes with this video! I’m going to give you a step-by-step on how to invest by answering every question along the way. By the time you finish the video, you’ll know how to start investing and be ready to make your money work for you.
We’ll start with how much to invest and how to set your goals. You can start investing with any amount on most websites. I’ll show you a strategy to start investing with $150 a month towards the end of the video but if you can only invest small amounts per month, do that. The important point is to get started investing in stocks and create that habit.
I’ll then show you how to get your personal finances ready to invest. We’ll talk about creating an emergency fund that doesn’t keep you saving forever. I’ll also show you which stocks to buy and share my favorite investing strategy.
Next, I’ll reveal the investing platforms I use and what to look for when you decide. I’ve got three criteria I look for in a stock investing website that will save you money and make it easy to invest.
I’m running out of space here so make sure you watch the video. I want to be a force for change in your life and I want you to start investing now!
Watch these Videos Next for More Detail on How to Invest!
0:00 How to Start Investing 2021
1:10 How much to invest
2:45 Getting ready to invest
4:48 How to know which stocks to buy
7:00 Where to buy stocks
8:35 How to start a portfolio
10:05 How to buy a stock
11:50 How many stocks to own
12:54 How to know when to sell
14:25 A step-by-step strategy to start investing for $3,000 monthly income from your investments!
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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.