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WHY YOU MUST START INVESTING THIS WAY NOW financial education



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Welcome in to a NOW rare video on FE3! I will be talking to you about why investing early is so important! I will show you various examples of why investing early, picking your own stocks, and the money you put it in is so important in investing! The stock market will help your money grow but if you put in the effort your money will sky rocket!

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19 thoughts on “WHY YOU MUST START INVESTING THIS WAY NOW financial education”

  1. Jeremy…. Jeremy… You are selling people a dream. 16% return for 35 years straight, without mistakes? huh? Man I bet even you wouldn't be able to maintain such a rate of return. Nine out of ten wouldn't be able to do that.

  2. The road to financial independence isn't easy. It takes time and incredible discipline to earn, save, and invest as much as you possibly can. What it takes to retire at an early age depends totally on individual financial situation.

  3. Unfortunately 16% yearly returns is super unrealistic for most people. JP Morgan Data suggests the average yearly return of retail investors is only between 2-3%.

  4. Nobody taught me financial anything when i was younger. Not even the private school i went to. I come from a long line of "paycheck to paycheck" families. So investing never even entered my thought process… until the COVID crash. Then i started teaching myself finances. Pretty soon i was cutting expenses and putting every available dollar into the market. I got alot of wasted time to make up for. Now at 30, im Still just beginning my journey to financial independence but, at least now the engines started.

  5. But the money in stock market doesn’t compound that way, does it? If you invest $1000 into a stock in 2020, and it goes by 10%, your portfolio value will be $1100. In 2021, If it goes up by another 10% again, you will not make the gains on the $100 return from last year. It will still be on $1000 of initial investment. What this calculator does is this: in year 1, $1000 X 10% return = $1100. In year 2, $1100 X 10% return= $1210.

    When in reality it is just $1000 X 20% return from year 1 and 2= $1200.

    Correct me if I’m wrong.

  6. Lies. It's extraordinarily rare for individual investors to outperform the market long-term. A lot has to go right, with low probability, for the last two scenarios to occur. Most of a portfolio should be tracking indices with a minority in individual stocks.

  7. My guy out here calling 1,000$ not a high/crazy contribution when the average person in the US makes something like 2.2 to 2.6k per month

  8. People don't realise just how hard the return of Person C is to achieve. This means they'd yield 16% return per year on average over 30 years with their individual stocks.
    Probably 99% of investors fail to do that over even just half that time. Now ask yourself – do you really think you're THAT good?

  9. Your marker is not a microphone pal. No more TTCF videos please. Genie, for one of my wishes, I want unlimited wishes. And the next person to comment is more than likely the troll machine pinned comment.

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