Investing for Beginners , investing I'd like to live as a poor man with lots of money.
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The Main Steps for Investing Beginners


Why to Invest?

Investing and Personal Finance 

Investment Goals and Factors 

How to Choose Risk Tolerance at Investing?

Types of Investments

Asset Allocation

How to Pick Securities

Risk and Reward

The Main Steps for Investing Beginners



If you already have read this investment tutorial, you should know the investment basics. Just be sure that you will implement investing steps everything in right sequence:


1. Get required knowledge. Read investment books, journals and web articles about investing, follow investment market news. Talk to other investors; hear about their experience and mistakes. Start practical investments only after you will get familiar with theory and feel confident about your decisions.  


2. Accumulate money. When you are beginner at investing it is not wise to start with large funds. Because you have to feel the market and the real losses before you lost too much money. But you have to have some money to start investing. If you will start with couple of hundred dollars it won’t be serious and your attitude to investing won’t be serious (that’s why I’m not offering all that stuff as investing games because they form bad habits). If you are an adult, you should start investing with at least few thousand dollars or euro.


3. Open a trading account. There are many criteria for selection of the most appropriate brokerage company. If you are not sure which brokerage company is the best, you should try to consult with some investing friend.


4. Determine your risk tolerance and investment goals. Analyze yourself and your needs before confirming the investment strategy. Better to start with more conservative attitude then turn to conservative after critical losses. 


5. Analyze investment markets and select securities for acquisition. Whether are those stocks, bonds or funds you have to understand every investment that you are going in. Do the homework and don’t rush. 


6. Acquire the securities that you have picked. Watch out not to overpay in commissions and be careful of high spread between demand and supply. 


7. Follow your securities. Read the news and financial reports of the issuers, watch signs of economy. Do some changes in investment portfolio if required. 


8. Don’t forget to eat the fruits of investing. If you will spend money targeted for investing too early you will kill the goose that lays the golden eggs. But other people forget that lifetime is limited and you won’t bring all the assets to another world… 



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