Investing is easier than it looks. Here we explain the basics of getting started, choosing what to buy, and how to ensure you come out ahead. If you’ve never bought a stock, this practical guide will set you on your way. With the rise of online brokers, investing has never been simpler and you can get started with as little as a few hundred dollars. 1. Preparation The best way to start out is to take it slow. Investing can be highly rewarding – both financially and intellectually – but it also carries risks. Before putting your money to work it's important to do a little reading first. What causes most investors to fail is psychology so you need to be prepared for biases like anchoring, commitment bias, a fear of missing out and confirmation bias, as well as your emotional response when a stock moves against you (as will inevitably be the case from time to time)..... Read full article: (VIEW LINK)
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