How should one start investing? | How to get started.

  • November 11, 2020 10:04 PM AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

Investing, and getting into full-time trading, has become one of the most desirable things to do, but some may not understand what sacrifices investing requires. Several online brokers have experienced people asking for advice on how to make a lot of money investing, after quitting previous full-time jobs. Before making such a drastic move, experts advise future investors to be wary of all the risks that could occur before and during investing, especially if the individual has no previous knowledge of the stock market and economy in general. First things first, there is only a 5 percent chance that newcomers will make a fortune out of investing full-time.

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* What sacrifices need to be made?

Stress is a regular part of a trader’s job description. Working long hours every day, barely any leaves during holidays, and high risks of loss are only some of the sacrifices/downsides of investing. However, to overcome these obstacles, in the beginning, it is crucial to obtain the right mindset on how to look at things. Experts often advise reading books by successful investors because self-learning is a standard part of the job.

* Knowledge is everything

* No capital = no investing

* Understand the lifestyle

* Trading is a serious career

* Appropriate strategy

* Brokerage fees and taxes


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