How to Invest in Your 20’s



Today we discuss how to invest in your 20’s. You have many advantages with investing in your 20s and I want to share with you what those are.
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43 thoughts on “How to Invest in Your 20’s”

  1. Jeremmy I'm a new subscriber and have a question for you! Is it better to pay your full balance on a credit card or pay the statement charge and wait to pay off the rest? What are your thoughts on it?

  2. The more I watch Jeremy the more I realize that he's not that knowledgeable about investing money wisely. So much so that I'm going to start my own financial education channel. I'm coming for you Jeremy Mike Tyson Voice

  3. How about investing 7000 euros a year for 5 years of student loan with 0,8% interest and 6200e return when i gratuate in time? No tuitions here in Finland and most of the materials you need is digital and free.

  4. Totally agree about investing in yourself… Luckily you can do that without a lot of money. Just need the time to read a lot.

    Also, love the line you draw between income from investments vs. regular income. So money people just do that wrong and start taking money out because, hey, it's money!

  5. Congatulations, Jeremy!! I like your channel and tips. You are really cool man but I have question. Can you make some video about trading with currencies or indexs ? I also be happy if you recommend some other channel or even a book about this.
    Thanks and greeting from BULGARIA !!!

  6. I wish people lived bellow their means and strive toward financial freedom. Personal example. Im about to have my fourth kid, so I need space. Bought a 3900sqft house for 90k. Nice houee too. The catch is that its in the hood. The point is to make sacrifices now to prevail in the future.

  7. robbie_don_@financialeducationjeremy I have a question I know this video is not the place to put this question so I'm hoping that you get this. I have two kids and as soon as we got social security cards for them we opened up a savings account through our credit union me and my wife and we contribute $20 a week to each account I know it doesn't seem like much but it's starting to add up and I just recently downloaded a stock trading app and started putting money in and seeing growth watching your videos thank you by the way ….so the question is what do I do with the kids money? Leave it alone in their separate bank accounts in my credit union the wife is nervous and doesn't want me to take it out and put it into like a Disney stock but I feel there's so much more potential in the market for the kids to have more money when they turn 18..

  8. Hi Jeremy, I'm 26 and proud to say I stick to most all of this (ended up financing a car) but my question relates to that.

    What is your end goal for investing/how do you mentally allocate invested amounts for purchases? For example. When I bought my car I didn't want to liquidate my Robinhood account to pay for the car cash so I made the decision a few months before to build up my cash savings for the down payment and finance the difference. This is kind of good anyway as it's building up my credit history and I got a 2.9% interest rate but still.

  9. Benjamin graham says age shouldn't determine the "aggressiveness" of your portfolio, rather your situation should. Lets say you're paying off student loans and saving for a house at age 23, you would rather protect your money to pay off your debt and eventually buy a house. Putting your money in a savings bond of money market account would make more sense. Maybe an 80 year old has over 5 million in his net worth, and really only wants a million to live with. He has 4 million extra to use to and eventually pass onto his children/grand children. It would make more sense for him to put that money into common stocks and really continue to grow that money for his family

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