Week 6: Start Investing - Deepstash
Week 6: Start Investing

Week 6: Start Investing

Invest in index funds not individual stocks. Put your own behavioral psychology to work here. Invest automatically and over long periods of time.

Once you’ve covered the basics (aka index funds), allocate 5-7% of your income to “mental outlets.” This is money for you to invest or spend however you like.

After you’ve maxed out savings and investments, consider your most important investment: yourself. Take a course, learn new skills, and improve your career trajectory.

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"Rule No.1: Never lose money. Rule No.2: Never forget rule No.1." ~ Warren Buffett

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