How to Start Investing in Stocks: A Beginner’s Guide

Let’s say that you have $1,000 set aside, and you’re ready to enter the world of investing. Or maybe you don’t. Maybe you only have $10 extra a week, and you’d like to get into investing? In this article, we’ll walk you through getting started as an investor and show you how to maximize your returns […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Micro-Investing (and Our Favorite Apps)

In the 21st century, we like things small. Our headphones, computers and dogs are all shrinking. Teacup pigs are surging in popularity. It’s no surprise that we like our investments small, too. That’s because the word “investment” seems way too big for most of us. It’s too much to learn, too much responsibility, too much […]

12 Best Real Estate Niches for Beginner Investors

Getting into real estate investing as a beginner requires some out-of-the-box thinking. Buying a rental property using traditional methods and implementing common real estate investment strategies is always worthwhile. However, targeting unusual real estate niches can pay off. Here is a rundown of the 12 best real estate niches for new investors. We will also […]

The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Investing – Learn To Trade for Profit

The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Investing Investing in Stocks for Beginners Investing is an accessible wealth-building tool, and it’s available to anyone who’s willing to use it, regardless of the income level or current net worth. You see, the great thing about investing is that it gives you the opportunity to develop a portfolio just […]

Infographic: 40 Stock Market Terms That Every Beginner Should Know

40 Stock Market Terms That Every Beginner Should Know Understanding the stock market can be a daunting task for any new investor. Not only are there many concepts and technical terms to decipher, but nearly everybody will try to give you conflicting pieces of advice. For example, if a stock in your portfolio falls in […]

How to Invest Better, Whether You’re a Beginner or Advanced Investor

As January and its promise of renewal and resolution fades into a distant glimmer, we’re left to survive the dreariest part of the year. For much of the country, outdoor activities are on hold until we’re in the clear from the next polar vortex, while Sunday’s Super Bowl marked the end of our run of […]