As A Finance Blogger, Here’s What I Invest In

“What stocks do you have in your portfolio?” “What stocks are you currently buying?” As a finance blogger, I frequently get the above questions. To be honest, it’s pretty boring! I purchase Vanguard Diversified High Growth Index ETF shares every months, or VDHG for short. By percentage, it is the largest holding in my portfolioContinue reading “As A Finance Blogger, Here’s What I Invest In”

3 Tips For New Investors

As a new investor, there is so much information out there. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and not know where to start. To make things easy, here are 3 tips to know before you get started. 1. Time is a more important factor than how much money you invest Logically, you would think that theContinue reading “3 Tips For New Investors”

7 Financial Mistakes To Avoid In Your 20s

Your 20s are an interesting time. It is when most of us are able to start earning a decent pay check for the first time in our lives and take on major financial responsibilities such as debt. While it is really exciting (Especially the whole full-time salary part!), it can also be scary and overwhelming.Continue reading “7 Financial Mistakes To Avoid In Your 20s”

What Is The Minimum Amount To Start Investing?

Technically, it’s $500. That is the lowest amount that you can choose for a first trade on the ASX (Australian Securities Exchange). However, there are a few things to consider before you go ahead and make this first purchase. Brokerage fees Ever wondered why larger amounts like $5,000 or $10,000 are recommended to start investingContinue reading “What Is The Minimum Amount To Start Investing?”

How Bubbles Affect The Stock Market

Note from The Money Marketer: This is a guest post by Financial Freedom 101 – be sure to check out their blog by clicking here. They provide lots of educational content on the stock market, perfect for the Gen-Z investor! Stock market bubbles are common, and I think we are in one today. Bubbles formContinue reading “How Bubbles Affect The Stock Market”

Is Choosing An Investment The Same As Choosing A Lottery Ticket?

Trying to pick a winning investment may seem like buying a lottery ticket. What’s going to boom in the future? “Afterpay?” “Medical marjiuana stocks?” “Bitcoin?” It may seem like it’s a game of chance and luck. However, this is not the case. Long-term stock market investing is not the same as gambling. Here’s why. WhenContinue reading “Is Choosing An Investment The Same As Choosing A Lottery Ticket?”

5 Reasons Why People Lose Money In The Stock Market

Investing in stocks can seem really scary and intimidating especially when you hear personal experiences about losses. And yes, it does carry risk! However, avoiding these mistakes, educating yourself and doing research will substantially increase your likelihood for success. Just a note that I am a long-term investor that prefers stable and lower risk investments.Continue reading “5 Reasons Why People Lose Money In The Stock Market”

Three Money Lessons That COVID-19 Has Taught Me

We can all agree that the last year has been crazy. The pandemic has affected every area of our lives, including our finances. I have learned so much about myself and my money habits and decided to reflect on this. Here are three money lessons that COVID-19 has taught me! 1. The importance of cashContinue reading “Three Money Lessons That COVID-19 Has Taught Me”

How Much Should I Be Investing?

If you’re a new investor, this is one of the first questions you’ll ask yourself. Unfortunately, I will not be giving you a magic number of how much you should be investing weekly as there is no one right answer. However, I can help you figure this out. The amount invested depends on: Your financialContinue reading “How Much Should I Be Investing?”

How I Saved My First $50,000 at 20

There’s a lot of financial advice floating around on how to save money. Most of it includes things like cutting out your daily coffee, packing lunch to work or only buying items on sale. While these tips may help you temporarily save an extra $50 or $100, they are not going to help you saveContinue reading “How I Saved My First $50,000 at 20”