Young Growth Stocks

Young Investor? How Should You Invest Your Money

f you’re relatively new to investing stocks, you’re probably still exploring the many different strategies out there. No matter which strategies you choose, there are two ways to make money: getting income or selling for a gain.

New investors tend to be mesmerized by the ups and downs of stock prices. Sure, it sounds easy to “buy low” and “sell high” to book a profit, but in practice, it’s not all that simple to trade stocks for a quick gain.

In fact, you’ll notice that some aggressive growth stocks are bullet trains.  Read More…

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  1. Ladarius says:

    The tech stocks have been very good for me this year. Sadly i didn't get into Amazon nor Netfix at all but Facebook has been great.

  2. Percy S says:

    Don't forget kids to have some holdings that include dividends!

  3. Gage O says:

    Most of my investments are in GIC. I'd prefer to take them out and invest in the markets but fear the penalty.

  4. Jajuan H. says:

    Any picks that people can recommend?

  5. Emery Everhart says:

    The worst is leaving it in the savings account. Besides a few interesting accounts like Hubert, most have very low rates (below 1%).

  6. Wendel Courter says:

    Great article. Thanks for the tips.

  7. Everett says:

    Aggressive growth stocks are good but its more for young with money. I am young but i have no money 🙁

  8. Jameson says:

    I guess i am on the right track because i've been investing since i was 21. Mostly technology and biotech. Had some duds but learned to spread it out. No funds though.

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