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Able to invest $1K a month

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15/09/2021 - 01:33

Friends, I have the flexibility to use $1000 each month to invest. However, I am not well versed in managing a stock portfolio and am also impatient. What is a realistic outcome for profit if I invest that much each month and where's the best place (besides myself) to look for taking care of it for me? Much appreciated.   submitted by   /u/botynative [link]   [comments]


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  45. New Portfolio! Thoughts? Comments? (12/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  46. Looking to invest about $150,000, need advice on what and if now is a good time (25/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have a trust that was set up for me over 10 years ago, and in that time it hasn't gained much even before the pandemic happened. So I decided to take a more active roll and request a portion of it to be moved to some better stock(s). But I need some advice on what to invest in and if now is a good time. So if you had that much to invest, where would you put it? Are there any high risk/possible high reward stocks you'd be willing to invest $10,000-$15,000?   submitted by   /u/AdamShadowchild [link]   [comments]
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  47. If you currently invest in the stock market but don't invest in crypto, why not? (13/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Although many stock market investors also invest in cryptocurrency, many others do not touch it. If you don't, why not? What are your barriers/reasons for not adding cryptocurrency to your portfolio? Is there anything that would cause you to start to invest in cryptocurrency? Do you have concerns about cryptocurrency trading? Or are you just not interested in it? I am hoping to gain some insights into the type of investor that DOES participate in the stock market but does NOT participate in any form of cryptocurrency trading or own cryptocurrency. I am not advocating one way or the other, just curious about what people's reasoning is if you DON'T invest in cryptocurrency. Thank you!   submitted by   /u/hannahzzzzz [link]   [comments]
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  48. Is there any tips for beginners to invest in stocks? (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I never invested in stocks before, and I'm really eager to try. Can anyone give me tips of how to actually invest in stocks? Like how to buy it, which platform, what sort of stocks should I invest to. When to know when to buy or sell. Would be really great if someone would help me with this. I read through articles to articles, every platform seem to be different. Which one should I invest in and which one is safe for overseas? I'm so confused.   submitted by   /u/XxBryanO [link]   [comments]
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  49. Looking to invest towards charity. Advice? (25/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi. So I’m a teen who is going to be investing in a S&E 500 fund under my dads name. My main motivation is to donate to charity because I was originally planning on donating a set amount of income every month, but I figured if I were to invest in stocks instead than I could be much more valuable to the charities I’m donating to. My plan is to take out a set percent of money from my investment each year, say 5-10% towards whatever issue is most prominent at the time, until I’ve reached a cap on what I want to donate, say 40-60%, then leave the rest to myself. Does anyone see any flaws with this plan, or anything to improve? Keep in mind my goal is trying to maximize my charitable contribution without ignoring important time sensitive issues that need charity. Thanks!   submitted by   /u/Faketuxedo [link]   [comments]
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