How I Invest In The Stock Market


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Lot’s of you have been asking about how to invest, how to get started investing or where you should invest your money. While I don’t want to say what you NEED to do, I can offer my investment decisions as an example!

Check out this video to see how I put money in the stock market, both for retirement and otherwise each year!

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  1. Traditional IRA is better for Rich people Who are in the top tax bracket as they will get taxed later on in life when they retire and don't make so much money hence they will have a smaller tax rate percentage. Roth IRA is for people who want pretaxed investments that will gain compound interest over time and don't want to hassle of getting taxed when they're retired.

  2. Hello!!! So I have a question on what to do, I remember when I was 18 I opened a credit card with Old Navy but the catch is. I never got the card, and they never provided me with anything. So in total, it went to collection (now that I revised my account) but the amount is 0 and everything else is 0. I don’t know what to do? Should I dispute to get it taken off? Help!!

  3. I was wondering why you only invest 5,500 between your two Betterment accounts. If you don't mind me asking, how much do you invest into your Wealthfront account and how is that taxable investment account different from all the other funds?

  4. Vanguard and Blackrock are the top index funds. Index funds are the best because of the low fees. I am fortunate to have a pension where I am 100% matched through my job. That is probably my only investment in paper assets for slow long term moderate growth I think I will ever have. I don't trust the dollar or the market, so within the next few months I am most likely gonna open up a Gold or Silver IRA. These are great because of the tax advantages. I'm bringing this up to you because perhaps that is something you would like to consider in your portfolio as a hedge against paper assets. It is also a great long term, volatile, but slow growth investment. What you are saying is you are not a speculator, but a long term investor. If that is so, Although job security is great (but never guaranteed) and if you don't speculate, what would be your short term advantage be? What would you consider so you are paying yourself at the end of the day and building more capital pays you income? Cash flow is important and if you can make that, your set. Anyways, I am no financial advisor etc etc. I just like sharing ideas and talking about this stuff cause it helps me learn more and become wiser. Your best asset is yourself and your income is your niche – Asset Minds

  5. I'm curious why you went from index investing to stocks as there is more than just the one index fund you mentioned with very low fees. My husband and I have our indexes in US, international and there's even bond indexes. It does work out to be better on average than investing in individual stocks.

  6. i think you should stick to credit cards. Vanguard is obviously the better choice and it offers way more than what you mentioned. You just have to buy them. And you're young, so no need for bonds yet.


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