What is the best investment for beginners?
High-yield savings accounts. This can be one of the simplest ways to boost the return on your money above what you're earning in a typical checking account.
Certificates of deposit (CDs)
401(k) or another workplace retirement plan.
How much money should you put in stocks?
Experts generally recommend setting aside at least 10% to 20% of your after-tax income for investing in stocks, bonds and other assets (but note that there are different “rules” during times of inflation, which we will discuss below). But your current financial situation and goals may dictate a different plan.
How do I read stocks?
Observe the Price and Time Axes. Every stock chart has two axes - the price axis and the time axis.
Look for the Trend Line.
Identify Trading Volume.
Identify Lines of Support and Resistance.
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