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Chapter 05: Types of Investments

12 days ago   |   By Mint

Now that you have a better understanding of what investing is and why it's important to create an investment plan, we can discuss the different types of investment assets. There are various types of investments , so it's important to familiarize yourself with them so you can make an informed decision of which types are best suited for you.
If you want to get ahead in life without spending every waking minute at work, investing your money can be a smart move. Investments can provide a steady income that helps build your savings or retirement account, and there are lots of ways to go about...
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Chapter 04: Creating an Investment Plan

12 days ago   |   By Mint

In the previous chapters of our investing series, we went over why investing is important, investment terms that you need to know, the benefits of investing, and more. But in chapter 4, we'll be going over what goes into investment planning. The purpose of this chapter is to provide you with a basic understanding of how to create an investment plan and why having a plan is so important .
So, what is an investment plan, you ask? An investment plan is part of your larger financial strategy to achieve your long-term life goals-like retirement or a big purchase-using investments. If you're...
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Chapter 03: Benefits of Investing

12 days ago   |   By Mint

So far in our investing series, we've discussed the importance of investing and basic investing terms that you should know, but now we'll be talking about the many benefits of investing. The purpose of this chapter is to provide you with a basic understanding of how investing can change your life and the key benefits to getting started with your own investments.
There are countless investment benefits which we'll be exploring in further detail below. Investing can be a great way to generate passive income , which is essentially income that you make without working. So rather than getting a...
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Chapter 02: Investing Terminology

12 days ago   |   By Mint

In the first chapter of our investing series, we covered some of the basics that you need to know about investing, like why investing is important and how it can benefit you. But in this chapter, we'll be going over important investing terms to know before you can actually get started on your investing journey. Knowing these terms will help make you feel more confident in your ability to invest.
Investing your money can be a great way to build your wealth, prepare for the future, and make passive income without having to work extra. And the sooner you get started investing, the more money...
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Chapter 01: Investing 101

12 days ago   |   By Mint

There's no doubt that investing can be confusing. You need to know important investment terms, where to invest, the history of the stock market , and so much more. We know that investing can get overwhelming, but the purpose of this chapter is to provide you with a basic understanding of investing , and how beginners can get started with investments.
Investing is a great way to make money at home without actually doing all that much. Rather than getting a second job or taking on more work, you may be able to earn extra income through investing. This can allow you to focus
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Why China's booming IPO market isn't exactly good news for the country's economy

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Early Look at 2023 Cost-Of-Living Adjustments and Maximum Contribution Base

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What does the future look like for e-commerce aggregators?

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Homebuyers Hit Brakes in July, Sellers Hold Back

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The easing of inflation pressures is giving the economy some breathing room...

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Halted shipments of Russian oil resume to Slovakia

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‘The economy is deteriorating': German finance minister paints dark picture...

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Younger consumers, especially Gen Z, are getting squeezed the most by...

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