Investing Guide - Mutual Funds
Mutual funds are an investment that allows a group of investors to pool their money and hire a portfolio manager.
With gold and shares being the most sought after Investing arena for investors, how can a beginner invest in shares? Well here is a guide to get started in Stock Market investment. Do you want to know the "How" and "When" to invest? If so, you're in the right place.
When you went to school, you invested your time to get something in return, education.
History has shown that investing in stocks is one of the easiest and most profitable ways to build wealth over the long-term. With a handful of notable exceptions, almost every member of the Forbes 400 list got there because they own a large block of shares in a public or private corporation. Although your beginning may be humble, this guide to investing in stocks will explain what stocks are, how you can make money from them, and much more.
You probably know that investing in stocks is a way to get rich but very few new investors actually realize how you make money from your shares of stock. Now, you don't have to wonder any longer. Let us show you the two ways you can profit from owning and investing in stocks, and some of the factors that determine how fast a company grows.
Financial media gives an impression that making money from buying stocks is a matter of "picking" the right stocks, trading rapidly, being glued to a computer screen or television set, and spending your days obsessing about what the Nifty or S&P 500 did recently. However, in reality, nothing could be further from the truth
The secret to making money from buying stocks and investing in bonds was summed up by the late Benjamin Graham when he wrote, "The real money in investing will have to be made – as most of it has been in the past – not out of buying and selling, but out of owning and holding securities, receiving interest and dividends, and benefiting from their long-term increase in value.
To be more specific, focus on total return and invest for the long-term, which means at an absolute minimum, expect to hold each new position for atleast five years
That is the way real wealth is built in the stock market for outside, passive investors. That is how:
:- Naveen earning near minimum wage, like Nitish, amass more than ₹8,000,000 in their portfolio;
:- A man named Rajbir Singn, living in a small apartment in Dubai, amassed ₹18,000,000;
:- Jagbir accumulated ₹188,000,000;
:- Retired IRS agent Deepak Scheiber built her ₹22,000,000 portfolio (That was in 1995 when he died. Adjusted for inflation, it's the equivalent of ₹63,250,000+ in early 2016);
:- Retired Mager Vijay built her ₹7,000,000 stock portfolio;
:- A dairy farmer near Bahadurgarh City accumulated millions upon millions of dollars, which even his children didn't know existed.
Even successful, high-profile investors such as Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger made the bulk of their money on stocks and businesses they held for 25+, even 50+, years.
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