Investing for Beginners


We don’t talk about investing for the first time enough. We take for granted that investing in the stock market has become second nature to us. There is also a lot of bad information out there on YouTube.

So, we decided to make a quick overview of the basics of investing. Instead of explaining everything all in one video, we describe how we invest in the stock market and have links below so you can read more about each step:

Can Everyone Retire A Millionaire?
The 4% Rule –
Pay Yourself First –
Automate Your Finances –
Why We Chose IRA –
IRA vs. Roth IRA vs. 401k –
Why Vanguard –
Why Index Funds –
Why Index Funds, Again –
The Stock Market Always Goes Up –

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  1. One of the big reasons why the age of 59 was chosen was because of a man called Doctor William Osler. He gave a speech in titled “The Fixed Period” in February 22, 1905 that talked about dying at age 60. His lecture is still used today for arguments for retirement. We could talk about how different working groups lol teachers, mill workers and others said they would like to retire but that is for another time.

  2. first off thank you for creating a video that not only helps me get started but does give me an idea of what to look out for on youtube.
    second, thank you to everyone who liked, comment, and whatever'ed to let me see this video because it's finally nice to see quality content at the top of my searches

  3. Hi guys – why retirement account? Is it because that’s the reason why you’re saving or is there any benefit attached to it?

  4. I want to invest in renewable energy.. I keep typing in "how to invest in clean energy" I havnt found one thing that gives me step by step on how to do only "why I should do it" which I already have that part. .. getting very frustrated how do I go about doing this!?

  5. I've been investing for about about a year now and it's been really good for me, I've learned a ton and I've began to make a decent amount of money. I've turned $300 into $1500. That might not seem great but once you build up more money you can make bigger investments and get bigger returns. I use an app called robinhood and right now they are doing a promotion where anyone I invite and myself can get a free stock (value between $2-$500) if they join. Help yourself and I out please! Join Robinhood and make sure you use my link.

  6. You guys are awesome! This is exactly what I was looking for. Honest and down to earth investment advice for beginners. I'm going to recommend you guys to everyone I know!

  7. What if Vanguard or some other place I choose to do my IRA with ends up going out of business within the next 60 years before I've taken out my funds? Will my money disappear then?


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