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Timing the market vs time in the market

Welcome to the final Blog of my Blog Series - Investing 101 the Basics of Investing. Today we will be looking at Investment Time in the Market. Investing is an emotional topic for many investors and is build around the ideal of increasing wealth.

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Relationship of Risk and Return

Welcome to the third Blog of my Blog Series - Investing 101 the Basics of Investing. Today we will be looking at Risk and return. All investments carries risk and return. Before we look at the relationship between risk and return let’s first define what each one means.

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Effect of Inflation on Investment

Welcome to the second Blog of my Blog Series - Investing 101 the Basics of Investing. Today we will be looking at Inflation.

The easiest way to look at Inflation is to think of it as purchasing power because it affects our ability to purchase various quantities of goods or services.

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A Beginners guide to Asset Class

Welcome, to the first blog of my Blog Series - Investing 101 the Basics of Investing. We will be looking at the cornerstone of investments namely, inflation, risk vs return, Asset class and goal term. Today we will be looking at asset class.

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The Difference between Savings & Investments

Welcome to the final blog of my Blog Series, 1-2-3 of Finance. Today we will be looking at savings and investments. So, let’s look at the foundation of Savings and investments. There are three distinct differences.

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Why you should stay invested?

Not staying invested and reinvesting choices can greatly affect the earning potential of your long-term investment. Staying invested as the graph indicates above, the greater portion of the markets interest earnings was allocated to those investors who had stayed invested.

 

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What Investment blunders to watch out for?

A financial plan is a map of your wealth creation when you decide that it is time to consider investing. Compiled below are a few mistakes to look out for. If any of these sound familiar it could mean that you are heading in the wrong direction and that it is time to meet with a financial planner.

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How to make the most out of your dividends

Investing in a company could be quite lucrative, it is the practice where you can earn dividends that represent a distribution of corporate earnings to company shareholders and usually take place as cash or as stock.

If you hold a large portion of your Investment Portfolio in stocks, you will be unable to appreciate these capital gains until your shares are sold. However, if these stocks pay dividends, you will receive a cheque in the mail regularly for your share of the companies' profits.

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Why to start investing as a youngster

Young people are not investing… and it’s a problem. According to a survey conducted by Bankrate, only 26% of young people under 30-years-old are investing in stocks. That’s compared to 58% of Baby Boomers. With stocks tripling since 2009, why wouldn’t you want to invest?

Here are some tips that will hopefully inspire our next generation to start creating wealth

 Tip #1: Start Investing – The Time To Invest Is Now

Youngsters, here is the best advice you can get: “Buy low and sell high.”  Okay, I’m being facetious, but we are in the middle of the biggest sell off in years, and it is a perfect time to put a toe-in-the-water and start investing. The sky is not falling. This is a correction, mostly due to China’s economic slowdown and fears over climbing interest rates.

Tip #2: The Miracle Money Can’t Buy – Time

You are young and you have time on your side. Even genius, Albert Einstein, is quoted to have said, “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world.  He who understands it, earns it…he who doesn’t…pays it.”

During the 20th century the US stock market returned an average of 10.4% a year.  Just $1,000 invested in 1900 would be worth over $19.8 million by the end of 1999.  At a 15% average return per year, it only takes 30 years to turn R15 000 to R1 million. I’m not saying that we will average 10% returns, but we may. 

Tip #3: Stop The Excuses and Start Investing Now 

The Great Recession may have turned your world upside-down, but all of us, no matter our age, have experienced the best and worst of economic times. And, with the news getting better and better each day, and historical stock market trends showing great returns over the long haul, why not take advantage of today’s opportunity in the market. I may not be around when you retire, but you can thank me when you’re on a beach somewhere enjoying your “Advanced Golden Years.”

Young people, sometimes all we need is a kick in the assets to get going… so let’s go!

 

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