A Beginner's Guide to Investing
Are you new to investing? You're probably excited to get your
investment portfolio going. You've been keeping tabs on the
investment world by watching financial news every night and eagerly
waiting for the hottest stock tips so you can get your share of the
proverbial pie. However, before you put in all your life savings into
buying stocks from a supposedly hot company (thanks to a tip from
your brother-in-law), pause for a bit. Read the 5 top stock tips
below that every newbie investor should consider. This can mean the
difference between turning up a profit and living in the dog house a
few months down the road.
You're new to investing so you basically have zero knowledge. If you
know something about investing, it's probably very minimal. Unless
you've got a lot of dough to burn, you want to have a full-service
stock broker by your side when you start investing. Sure, you feel
confident enough of your investing and stock buying knowledge, but
think of a professional stock broker as a lifeline. He can help you
make the right investing decisions. A professional stock broker can
also be your sounding board; you can tell him about any major
financial decisions you're considering and see what he thinks of it.
Basically, a professional stock broker can be your friend from inside
the world of investing. He can give you really good stock tips so you
can make better investment decisions.
“WARNING:Do Not Try TO Invest In Stocks Until You
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Even with a full-service stock broker by your side, it's still
recommended that you try to learn as much as you can about investing.
If you're leaning towards growing your portfolio by investing in
stocks and bonds, learn as much as you can about trading stocks and
bonds. If you've got your eye on a company stock you think will turn
up a profit for you, find out more about the company and its track
record in stocks. You may have a good gut feeling about a company,