out of college, want to invest?
i just graduated college and am in an entry level job, i can afford to invest 300-500 dollars a month but i dont really know which direction to go. as of right now im saving up for t-bonds but im not entirely sure. does anyone know a good resource i can use to learn more before i actually invest? i know there are a lot of options and i just want information on all of them, or sugestions. thanks
Asked By: scorpionking87 - 6/2/2011
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Standard investment advice is that you should invest in a diversified mix of stocks, bonds, and money market funds. If you are like most people you will invest part of your money aggressively in stocks, and part conservatively in money market funds and bond funds. However, some young people will go all stocks, and... More
Answered By: Joe - 6/3/2011
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Congrat for your degree, first of all. Monthly invesment is a good idea to beat the inflation 3-4% and good plan for your retirement. As an investment banker, I would suggest you to open a trading account with Etrade or TDameritrade. The tactic is "buy to hold" Our company like products or services in daily/weekly... More
Answered By: LLOYD - 6/2/2011
My first advice is take your time to investigate all possible options... More
Answered By: MT Coder - 6/4/2011
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