After the previous topic, much more technical, in this topic we will begin to delve into the wonderful world of investing in the stock market.
In this topic we will analyze some of the most common doubts that are usually had before starting to invest in the stock market. Some of the lessons are very basic, but I don't want to overlook anything because of my commitment to starting from scratch.
As always, I am at your disposal for any questions that may arise.
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- Equity, Profitability and Savings Template
Many thanks to Verónica for the new edition of the template. 🙂
In the following video I explain how to use it:
What do I need to invest in the stock market?
Continuing with the basic questions, it is the turn of another of the most common. In the video you have the answer.
How much money do I need to invest in the stock market?
Related to the previous question, in this video you have my recommendations on the maximum and minimum money to invest in the stock market.
Do the smartest earn more on the stock market?
This is not one of the most common questions, but I think it is also interesting to know what personal characteristics we need to earn money on the stock market.
Is banking advice recommended?
To this day, despite all the abuses suffered by clients, Spanish saved people continue to go to their bank for financial advice. In the following video I explain why this is a big mistake that you should not make.
87% of Spanish savers prefer to seek advice at bank offices (The Economist)
Are the analysts' recommendations reliable?
Another mistake that novice savers often make is to rely on the recommendations of "professional" analysts. In this video I explain why I do not recommend it with a series of quite illustrative examples.
Are the recommendations of the financial media reliable?
To conclude this series of videos with unsavory sources of investment ideas, I'll look at a couple of cases of blunders in financial media recommendations and their cause.
- 10 Stocks To Last The Decade
- Small and Medium Businesses: Meet the Juiciest Parts of Stock Market Veal
- SOS Cuétara: A conservative and juicy investment?
The advantages of small investors
Although we small investors have some drawbacks compared to large investment funds, it is also true that we have a number of advantages over them. In this lesson I explain what our advantages are.
Module 1 ends here. I hope it helped you understand the fundamentals of finance and investing. You already know that you can count on me for any questions that may arise.
In Module 2 we will start with an introduction to the safest and most profitable long-term investment method, value investing.