Hey there, friend!
Are you new to investing?
You’ve worked hard for you money.
But it’s just sitting in your savings account earning a few bucks every year.
You know your money should be working as hard FOR you as you have for it.
You know the solution is to invest your money in the stock market.
But you don’t know where to start.
I know you, because I’ve worked with investors at EVERY experience and net worth level.
Every single one of them had their reasons for not investing sooner.
The main reasons were lack of knowledge and understanding of the stock market.
Young, old, experienced, novice, college-educated, and high school dropouts alike. All had money they wanted to invest, but were too scared to get started.
I educated clients with millions to invest, and I educated clients with $50 to invest.
Now I’m going to teach you the basics to getting started, so that it’s working for you the same way it works for my clients.
I know you’re ready to watch your account soar, but you’ve got to take the first step.
You may have already taken this step once or twice or several times, but without the right information, you probably lost money.
This no-fluff, beginner’s guide to investing will give you the right information to start your journey.
What are we going to cover?
- Picking a Broker
- Selecting Your Account Type
- Funding Your Account
- Picking Out Your Investments
- Checking In Periodically
-BONUS Chapter on Dividend Investing
You’ll learn the difference between full-service brokers and discount brokers, including newer app-based brokers.
You’re going to learn about 3 different account types: Brokerage, Traditional IRAs, and Roth IRAs.
You will learn the different ways of funding your account and the importance of each.
You will get to know 4 different investment vehicles: Stocks, ETFs, Mutual Funds, and Bonds.
You’ll know the importance of checking in on your investments. Investing isn't a "set it, and forget it" activity!
In the bonus chapter, I'll teach you about dividend investing, and why it's personally my favorite.
Who is this for?
• Beginner investors trying to navigate the early stages.
• Experienced investors who may need a refresh on the basics.
• Anyone wanting to learn more about investing.
Who is this NOT for?
• People looking for a "get rich quick" investing scheme.
• People looking for investment ideas (I'm not giving recommendations).
So, if you're ready to take those first baby steps of investing, grab this book and get started today!
THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. THIS IS STRICTLY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROCESS OF GETTING STARTED AND SOME OF THE PRODUCT OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO YOU. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR OWN INVESTMENT AND TAX PROFESSIONALS IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
If you read this and don't take away a single nugget of new or helpful information, that's perfectly fine.
I hope to produce more content in the future that may be more valuable to you.
If this is the case, please contact me at DivBabySteps@gmail.com or on Twitter at @DivBabySteps, and I will return your money.