Welcome to Investing Basics
. Since you've found your way here, chances are you've got some money put away and prepare to invest in something. Whatever the reason it may be, it is good that you begun your investment journey by doing some research and studies first. So, why is investing a smart idea?
Most people want to invest in order to create wealth. It is relatively painless, and the rewards are plentiful, if you do your homework right, that is. By investing well in the stock market, you will be able to create passive income from your extra funds or savings. That will lead to a more comfortable and enjoyable live, especially when you are able to reach financial freedom through income generated by your investment.
Today, there are many good articles and sites in the Internet that discuss the various aspects of investing. We will point you to those content wherever applicable, and highlight the key points that are most important to investors in general. Specifically, we will also highlight the key information that is most relevant to you as a stock investor. Where do you go from here?
| ||Know your goals |
| || What are you saving for? A new house? A luxury car? Kids education? Retirement? |
It is important to set your goals so that you know your time horizon
or how long you need to save or invest (assuming a specific return rate). Here is the 3 key advice that will work you:
Let the Power of Compound Interest do the magic to grow your investment.
- Start early
- Make regular investment
- Be patient
| ||Monitor and improve |
| || Once you've make your first purchase, set a target price on when to exit (sell) your stock, whether its a gain or loss. Record all your transactions in an Online Portfolio to monitor its performance. |
You should continue to keep yourself updated with the company performance and growth, as well as market condition in general, as those will impact the price direction of your stocks. If you chose to adopt the Buy and Hold
investment strategy, you should ignore the noise and the short term volatility of the market,
and focus on the long term growth of the companies you invested in.
Whichever strategy you chose, do stick to it for a while, continue to read, and treat every transaction as a learning experience.
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hunt reginald yoganathan Would like to know if there are any software to monitor dividends accumulated.
7474 the online portfolio does not allow input on quantity and hence the P/L of each (or all) positions. Looking for a portfolio templates that can input all above, including dividends - so as to see overall performance.
Patrick726 i love to learn and be expert in it,,,
Tan KW @7474, i use the portfolio tools to maintain my portfolio... there is no issue to input dividends... click add transaction and choose transaction type as cash dividend....
primrose181211 i3investor is a valuable investors'tool
ultraman sti comfir bearish
jeremyl Very good guide to newbie investors...thank u
lsfchris Portfolio Template can be improved, to allow quantity owned / invested so as to provide P&L of stock owned. Thank you. Otherwise, I like this site p very much.
asmj81 I'm grateful fo this website's services and info provided.
ed88ks just like LCD global inv.
Had I come across the articles in the last 2 links shared by you years ago, it could have save me a lot of money.
BumbleBee passerby @ in stock market never too late. Uncle is 64 y.o. still learning kikikiki
passerby @ Uncle BumbleBee
Are all those articles written by you? At 64 y.o. you doesn't sound old at all by the nick of BumbleBee....kikikiki
You are almost 3 cycles of Chinese zodiac ahead of me. Yup, I'm still learning & refining investing everyday. Thanks for all those shared links :)
BumbleBee Hehehe @passerby ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,uncle just know how to cut and paste ...maybe play some shares
passerby hihihi uncle....I'm also a Malaysian la....kikiki
I think i3 is one of the most active forum around....you can find some good peoples around...
for SGX, I'm tailing this Pang Sin Tan....
Danny Kc Malaysia here too..
but malaysia i3 is more happening than here =.=
Ami Wong yes, but today malaysian market is closed
Ami Wong hey danny do u trade in malaysian shares
watchmua Do you guys think the STI will head for the 2200 to 2400 range since its a bearish sentiments and there is this backdrop of a technical recession?
chiongster1234 Fundamental of the company need to be focus