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How do you invest money into something to make much more money?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:18:43    Popularity:     

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I would hear from time to time people invest money for successful reasons, such as investing in the Disney World theme park, stock market and investing in cars that wealthy people purchase. So I want to know, how do you invest money into something to make

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Much of it is luck

Think long term, keep it simple and dont jump into risky stocks.

Investing to make a LOT of money just doesn't happen overnight. It takes Time. Like Years. You can buy AT&T, reinvest the dividends and Never sell it till you retire-THAT will make you a Lot of money. In the short term? Forget it.

I personally began reading basic books that gave me a general overview of the whole stock market and investment world. The other books that most people recommend (and that are excellent and that now I understand) assume that you already have some knowledge of how investments work. So, here they are:

1. The Stock Market 101, Michele Cagan Stock Market 101: From Bull and Bear Markets to Dividends, Shares, and Margins_Your Essential Guide to the Stock Market (Adams 101): Michele Cagan CPA: 9781440599194: Amazon.com: Books (https://amzn.to/2JpOnBg)

2. Investing 101, Michele Cagan Investing 101: From Stocks and Bonds to ETFs and IPOs, an Essential Primer on Building a Profitable Portfolio (Adams 101): Michele Cagan CPA: 0045079595132: Amazon.com: Books (https://amzn.to/2LYTO8v)

3. Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Robert T. Kiyosaki What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!: Robert T. Kiyosaki: 8580001041643: Amazon.com: Books (https://amzn.to/2HiITmF)

4. Of course, The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, begins to talk more in depth about investing, fundamental analysis, and the power of compound interest. The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing. A Book of Practical Counsel (Revised Edition) (Collins Business Essentials): Benjamin Graham, Jason Zweig, Warren E. Buffett: 9780060555665: Amazon.com: Books (https://amzn.to/2xCX8TT)

5. Beating the Street, by Peter Lynch.Peter Lynch, John Rothchild: 9780671891633: Amazon.com: Books (https://amzn.to/2Lmz2hZ)

The amount of money anyone makes correlates to the amount of risk they are taking. A careful logical investor will be expecting a return of about 8 or 10% over the long term. Anything above that is gambling.

First off temper your expectations... if you go into investing trying to reach unrealistic goals you'll just end up losing. Get the Dummy's/Idiot's Guides to Investing and the guide to Personal Finance. That will cover most of what you need to know. Its far to vast to cover here.

The easiest way is to buy stock in a company that is earning money, hold that stock long term and let the company earn money for you. Each payday, set some money aside and as it accumulates, buy more stocks.

You will need to open an account at a brokerage such as TD Ameritrade. They will give you a password to their website where you can buy or sell stock. They also can show you how to investigate a company by using their website, to see if it is worthwhile.

When you buy shares of stock, you are then one of the owners of that company. As part owner, the company’s land, buildings, machinery, inventory, debts and earnings belong to you.

If you have chosen a quality company that steadily earns money each year then it progressively becomes more valuable. You can collect this increase in value when you sell your portions of the company (shares of stock) for more than you paid for them, and also when dividends are paid out. This is not gambling; you are part owner of a money making business.
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You can also "gamble" using stocks. Many people cannot resist the urge to gamble this way. If you wish to gamble, I recommend going to a casino.

Invest and hope for the best

You buy stock in the company on the stock market. But there's no way to ensure it's going to be a profitable investment. There's always a risk.

When u invest money u pay for investing and tax on profit and if u want to take your money back. So investing 700 will cost u more in fees than u get profit. U go to a bank and talk with a clerk



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