Investing for Beginners | How I Got Started With No Money (broke as a joke 😫)
How to start investing when you’re a beginner and only have small amounts of money, a.k.a. you’re “broke as a joke” was me many years ago.
I had barely little money to my name in my early 20’s because I was blowing it on junk I didn’t need.
Thankfully, I started an internship with a local investment firm and I started to learn a thing or two about investing.
This led to me making my first investment into a mutual fund which opened the door for so many things.
That’s why I’m a HUGE advocate for people to start investing even if you don’t have a lot of money to get started.
I started with only per month into mutual funds.
Even though the mutual funds weren’t that good (I found this out later on) I still learned a ton throughout the process.
➡➡➡And if you haven’t started investing yet, here are some of my favorite online brokers to check out: ⬅⬅⬅
✅ Betterment – Best company if you don’t want to choose the investments. They do all the pickin’ for you!
🆓💲5️⃣ Stash – Stash only requires to open an investment account. Best part is you get for opening an account. #boom
These options let you pick the stocks, ETF’s or mutual funds YOU want to buy. If you want more control ✊🏼 then these are the ones to pick:
✅ Ally Financial
✅ TD Ameritrade
Don’t want to mess with the stock market? Then take a look at Peer to Peer Lending giant Lending Club:
✅ Lending Club
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