Investing for Beginners 

If you are new to investing, stay clear from investments with these red flags!

Investing takes research

If you are new to investing, you will need to research all of your different options. There is a lot to consider when you are first diving in!

What makes an Investment Opportunity "Bad"?

A bad investment for beginners isn't neccesiarly bad overall

But they can be bad for those who don't have the knowledge base to make an informed decision

Here are some things to look out for when you are just starting out ------------>

01.Initial Cost

Some things are great investments for those who already have money. 

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For example, buying individual stock in a solid company like Microsoft is a great investment - if you can afford to buy a ton of it

But if you can only afford a few, your investment won't grow much

02. Risk

An experienced investor may be able to decide if a particularly risky investment might be worthwhile

But if you're new, you should probably stick to something less risky 


For another red flag for beginners, plus examples of each and what you should do instead!