Investing is a big deal.
Missing out on investing in your 20s means you'll be working longer in your 60s.
You probably already know this if you follow the Instagram page, and now you want to get started.
If you find different accounts, products, platforms and jargon overwhelming, if you're worried about the risks of investing and losing money, you're in the right place.
Simply, this book is full of everything I wish I'd known when I was starting out.
It keeps to the basics so that you can start investing today and not get stuck trying to work out what everything means on the internet.
Imperfect action beats perfect inaction.
Once you've read it, you'll be able to start investing and growing your wealth.
You'll learn about:
- Reducing spending and clearing debt
- What investing actually is
- Setting your investing goals
- Inflation and why it means we must invest
- Asset classes
- How the stock market works
- Stock market performance over time
- Diversification, risk and the benefits of ETFs
- Compound interest and time
- Market crashes and what to do
- Savings accounts (Cash ISAs)
- Investing accounts (ISAs, LISAs, GIAs, Pensions/SIPPs)
- Active vs passive investing
- The real cost of fees
- The Money University Portfolio
- Stocks (including dividend stocks), funds, ETFs, bonds
- Picking the right platform
- Some example portfolios
- An A-Z explaining all the jargon
- A step-by-step checklist
- Apps, books, blogs, tools, and forums to take your learning further
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This book is not personal advice. If you have any doubts about an investment please seek advice. All stock market investments can fall in value as well as rise, so you could get back less than you invest. You should always regard them as long-term investments.