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How to invest in 3 Simple Steps
You do not need a lot of money to start investing. Starting now even with a small amount of money is better than waiting until later, as you will need a much larger sum of money to make up for lost time due to the way investments grow.**
Investing with a little right now is better than waiting to invest more
Time is money in the world of investing, and the earlier you start the better. For many people who want to invest, the process seems "too” complicated. It’s not. It may sound complicated because of the jargon used by the financial industry, but we're going to tackle it without the jargon. Follow our guide below and you be investing in 3 quick and simple steps.
There are a million ways to make investing complicated, and the financial industry often does, using jargon inaccessible to most everyone.
Financial startups responded with apps that automate investing, basically taking you out of the process entirely.
But in just 3 quick and easy steps you can be actively involved in your investing, with the opportunity to increase your knowledge and the complexity of your investment.
3 Simple Steps
Each step is explained fully below with links to make it even quicker!
How to Invest in 3 Simple Steps
Step 1: Open a Brokerage Account (if you're investing for retirement, consider a brokerage IRA)
TIP: Pay attention to fees!
Check for transaction (buy &sell), monthly, account and fund management fees
TIP: If you prefer an investing app, choose one that does not require you to spend to invest! Investing should be a stand-alone priority not conditioned on spending.
Step 2: Link your bank account and transfer money
Step-by-step instructions will be provided when you are opening the account.
Step 3: Enter a “Buy” order to purchase your selected fund* or other investment
*An Index Fund with a low management fee, established track record and no transaction costs is a smart, easy, quick way to start investing. Learn why.
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