How to Start Investing Your Money

How to Start Investing Your Money

How to Start Investing Your Money

We all know what stocks are and what a stock market is. The word “investing” can be both intimidating and confusing, but it is really a simple theory.

How to Start Investing Your Money

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When you have extra money (money you can afford to lose) you can do several things: spend it, save it or flip it. Flipping it is an uncouth way of saying investing. It is the end result. 

There are several ways to invest money. Retirement Plans, Stocks, CD, etc. We will begin by talking about stock investments.

Many people know the basics of investing stocks, but In a Forbes article published in 2020 it depicts that , Most Americans Don’t Have A Real Stake In The Stock Market .

How to start Investing Your Money with Armando Pantoja

This is Love and Lust’s first money episode. It’s all related… Money. Sex. Power so we are going to talk about it. I hope that all of Love and Lust’s Listeners listen to this episode as it is a free insight into investing.

What is FinTech?

FinTech stands for Financial Technology. “Financial technology is the technology and innovation that aims to compete with traditional financial methods in the delivery of financial services. It is an emerging industry that uses technology to improve activities in finance.” Source: Wikipedia

How much should you invest?

There is not a cookie cutter answer. It is based off your  income and profit/loss margin-  Listen to the Podcast For More Answers.  -and Investing in what you can lose.

Also in the Podcast:

Whats apps you can use to help you invest.

Residual Income.

Paying off credit cards vs. investing.

Is it smart to invest rent money or use rent money towards investments?

Making decisions based on finances.

Do you need a two-person household to live?

What is a financial Emergency Fund and what should it consist of. 

Ana Lefebvre and Armando Pantoja give advice on picking a college degree and their thought on college as a whole. Everyone that is considering college should listen to this.