INVESTING MADE EASY

The key of making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them.

Peter Lynch

The hardest decision you can make is picking something to invest in, but this process can be simplified the more you invest.

Peter Lynch is one of the most iconic investors that simplified investing for average individuals, just by suggesting people to invest in the things they love and understand. Which begs the question why arent you investing in stocks today, and for those who are invested why arent you investing more.

Just start

Just to get this through your head, the hardest decision you can make is the decision to simply start investing. The more you procrastinate the more your missing out on passive returns, and the best way to learn how to invest is simply through experience.

So many entrepeuners will tell you the best way to learn a trade or a new skill is by trail and error (just hurry up and fail). The bigger the fail the better the outcome, remember after every failure ask yourself “why didn’t this work” or “what did I do wrong.” Asking these questions will help you over come the struggles of investing and come out a successful investor.

EQ

When your investing the second most difficult task is keeping your emotions in check. When I began investing the was a company that I had my eye on and I originally bought stock in this company was very innovative because of the their eco approach (how they helped the environment).

Well over the years I saw the stock go up and down, it was like a roller coaster ride. I couldn’t stomach the fact that I could loss everything so I got out.

That company was “Tesla”

If you believe in a company, all you need to do is to first study the background of the creator of the company. If I would of known that “Elon” first created “x.com” I would have realized that he was successful before Tesla.

Only knowing what you need to know helps build emotional intelligence.

Caleb Peters

So remember to hold on, no matter how risky the ride gets because your first decision is normally your best decision.

Thank you for reading

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