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We live in the 21st century, where women work as much as men, take care of their children together, and do all the housework together. Or at least, that is how it should all be. Somehow, there are numerous successful women that don’t have enough confidence to become investors. For that purpose, dear ladies, we have created this article. We want to show you how you are capable of doing this in a proper way! Also, we have talked with Marshay Clark, a certified financial advisor that works with Betterment. Let’s check our list together!
When to get started? Answering this question may vary, but the best advice here would definitely be to start early. You need to understand how there is no perfect profile that makes a great investor. If you feel deep in yourself that you can do it, then you should at least try. Imagine yourself how much would you regret if you don’t even try? And remember, now is the best time that has ever existed when women earn even more than men. This has nothing to do feminism, so I don’t want you to get me wrong, I just want to encourage all those women worldwide which have a huge potential to start their own business. So, yes lady, you can do it!
The goal. It is very important to set the right goal. What do you want to achieve with your investments? How far do you want to go? How much stress can you endure? Ask yourself these questions, and you will get the best answers which will guide you in the right way. Be honest with yourself.
”I don’t know anything about it”. How many times have you told this to yourself? We haven’t been born with all the knowledge in this world. Yet, we all learn by each and every day. The best advice here would definitely be to ask as many questions as you need. Who would you ask those questions? Someone who is already in this business, or at least someone who is familiar with it. Don’t ruin a chance to be successful just because you don’t want to ‘be stupid’. Learning is everything. One day, you will be the one who will give that advice to others.