Saturday, September 25, 2010

Portfolio Management For The Under-30 Crowd



The stock market can be very confusing and choosing the right stocks can be tricky for investors of any age.  As a young investor myself, I found out early that my portfolio had to be different from my parents in order to *hopefully* avoid some of the same mistakes that they made in their investing.  Young investors have many options in this market, but it can be very difficult to either begin or decide what to do once you have begun investing.  The article below concentrates on the portfolio management and the beginning stages of a young investor's career.  I hope you enjoy it!  Let me know any comments or concerns that you have.

Find the article HERE.

45 comments:

  1. I thought this article was pretty good. I'm more into real estate investing at the moment... However, since investing in stocks can be done on a much smaller budget it is more accessible to those struggling to just make it through the day.

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  2. hmm i might look more into it now,this guide was great thanks

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  3. Some really usefull tips man, thanks!

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  4. hockthoo on your under 30 investing!!!

    I keel youuuuuu!

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  5. Very long post, but very informative. Thanks.

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  6. Anyway I think a might just get totally risk free investment, I'm really chicken about money =P

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  7. Never thought about my money that way...

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  8. i'm over 30, so i stopped reading the post halfway into the first line

    it was a good post though...

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  9. awesome can't wait for more posts always following you mate
    keep it up
    cya

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  10. Ive always wanted to try stocks out perhaps now i will

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  11. Seems like you know a lot about this kind of stuff, good for you, bro. I think you are a serious man, so I'm just following you, and the other thing, of course. So do the same, we are brothers now! =)

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  12. Nice, this is gonna go really well with my management guide lol

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  13. Thanks for the tip! looking forward to next update

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  14. I don't even have a portfolio yet >_<
    I'll make one when I have money :-P

    Twitter.com/CawlinForReal

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  15. Wow this actually clears up a lot for me... Thanks for posting this man.

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  16. Wow that's a good stock post; looking forward to more investment tips!

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  17. Thats quite true, my mindset is much different than my parents, the most noticeable thing is my degree of comfort in regards to change. I try and see everything as an opportunity but they just see it as a danger

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  18. Good post man, I always wondered about stocks.

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  19. I've gotta keep this sort of thing in mind...

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  20. looking forward to the next update...

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  21. i recommend the book "rich dad poor dad" my buddy told me to read it. it's worth every penny. basically the book tells you how to use your money to work for you so you don't get stuck in the "rat race". more you make and older you get the more junk you need like a bigger car or house then your expenses go up continually. stocks are a great option just be careful, you can lose a lot but you can also make a lot. my buddy got a camaro ss because of his ford stock. bought at 2.50 and sold when it was around 12.and he is 24 years old.

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  22. Returning some daily love here ;)

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  23. Im only 19 >_> I dont know half the things you just mentioned lol. I also have wondered about stocks, just recently I asked my girlfriend who works at this local salad place in the city, to ask her boss if they're in the market because they keep opening up more and more shops, and make alot of money...but they dont have stocks =/ I coulda made alot of money there, but oh well.

    Much love and $upport headed your way
    bookmarkmeplz.blogspot.com

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  24. this is a good plan man... just wish i had money to invest! haha..

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  25. Lots of info here, really gunna look into this.

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  26. Good tips. I'm still unsure if I even like the idea of the stock market. It feels like large scale gambling to me.

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  27. Epic. I've been waiting for a blog like this. All the other ones tote IRA's like us laymen know what the hell those are (jk...I actually know...hahaha..?). Plus, most of our parents know jack about investing.

    ANYWAY. Awesome post. Followed for sure.

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