A Poor Millennial’s Guide To Investing | Forbes

Are you a poor Millennial hoping to invest some of your monthly earnings while trying to decide how to prioritize your expenses?
Deputy editor of investing John Dobosz is here with some helpful advice.

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24 thoughts on “A Poor Millennial’s Guide To Investing | Forbes”

  1. You cant invest anything if you don't have money left over after spending for your monthly necessities, or if it's a pittance that's left over. A good tip is to move out of expensive areas of the country, especially if you're in a crappy paid job. In the UK for example, you will get very similar wages after university for both London and Leeds/Manchester/Sheffield, which are far far cheaper.

  2. The case for gold seems to be this insane doomsday scenario where society has collapsed. In that case, there are a lot bigger issues than the value of your gold or the state of the economy lol pointless investment

  3. A good place to start investing is the app called Robinhood. They don't charge you fees on your trades. So you can get into the stock market for cheap. Right now they are running a promotion where they give you free stock when you register with a friends link. Very similar to what Uber does with their refer a friend bonus. My link is below. You can use it or use a friends. Happy investing! http://share.robinhood.com/mattheg1149

  4. WHAT? why would you ask people to get hired at a certain position? I'm a software developer making six figures, I don't think a teacher, policeman or a firefighter will ever make as much as me even after 25 years. That's not a good tip.

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