I am a novice investor who has studied numerous successful investors, have spent many hours reading well-known books on investing, read balance sheets and financial statements from a lot of publicly traded companies, and have had experience investing firsthand.
Like Josh, I hope to provide you with some really useful information on investing. Josh here focuses a lot on paying off consumer debt, student loans, credit card debt, and overall liabilities.
Probably the best investment you can ever make in your life is an investment in yourself. Use that money to buy books, attend a seminar, read more blogs or go to your community college and take a 1 – 5 credit hour course.
Ever wanted to be self-employed or own a business? Prior to owning, you must take care of the legal documentation and taxation (The boring stuff).
Want to invest your money? I preach this now and I will continue to preach this again, low-cost index funds are the best investment vehicle for any retirement fund.
If you refuse to have your money managed you also didn’t want to invest in an index fund and get average returns so you took the risk and invested in individual stocks.