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Which is good for investment?

Investment Options for Beginners.  

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  1. 1. Which is better for Investment especially for beginners?

    • ETFs
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    • Individual Stocks
    • Penny
    • Blue-Chip
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Well I don't know. Good is only defined by you. What might be good for me might be disastrous for you.

What are your goals? How much do you have? These are some of the questions you need to answer. Do you have a trading plan? I might post mine here to help.

Most of all, you need to be sure of your own decisions. Asking for what trades are good is a sure way to lose your money. I could tell you what to trade then trade against you and basically just rob you.

Learn your own system to trade. Do you have good resources?

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It's always good to have at least a basic foundation of fundamental investment knowledge whether you're a beginner to investing or working with a professional financial advisor. Below basic principles that you should be able to understand and apply when you are looking to potentially invest your money or evaluate an investment opportunity. You'll find that the most important points pertaining to investing are quite logical and require just good common sense. The first step is to make the decision to start investing. If you've never invested your money, you're probably not comfortable with making any investment decisions or moves in the market because you have little or no experience. It's always difficult to find somewhere to begin. Even if you find a trusted financial advisor, it is still worth your time to educate yourself, so you can participate in the process of investing your money and so that you may be able to ask good questions. The more you understand the reasons behind the advice you're getting, the more comfortable you will be with the direction you've chosen.
 

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While there are several investment options to choose from, an investor still requires a substantial amount of capital to build a diversified portfolio. This capital need can be a special challenge for young investors, as they may have minimal savings to invest. Thus, Tamir Zoltovski (Co-founder of Moneta International UAB) says ETFs (exchange-traded funds) make it probable to have a diversified portfolio with comparatively low investment thresholds.

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On 7/30/2019 at 8:28 PM, Stan1 said:

Well I don't know. Good is only defined by you. What might be good for me might be disastrous for you.

What are your goals? How much do you have? These are some of the questions you need to answer. Do you have a trading plan? I might post mine here to help.

Most of all, you need to be sure of your own decisions. Asking for what trades are good is a sure way to lose your money. I could tell you what to trade then trade against you and basically just rob you.

Learn your own system to trade. Do you have good resources?

Thanks for your suggestions man!! Our own decision surely makes us or breaks us. Thanks once again, buddy.

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