“Having more money does not give you an advantage on the Marketplace.

Having more money puts you at a disadvantage, because you have more to lose.”

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In this episode we start with the very basic. Mirriam MacWilliams Chief Trainer of Wealth Mentors shares with you tips on when to start investing.

Video 1 – When To Start Investing

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”16″]In this episode we start with the very basic. Mirriam MacWilliams Chief Trainer of Wealth Mentors shares with you tips on when to start investing.[/text_block]

TIPS FOR THE NOVICE INVESTOR

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  • Do I know the stock market?
  • Where do I stand financially?
  • Do I have debt to clear first?
  • What financial instrument should I use?
  • 3 things to remember before you invest.

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”18″]Once the questions and concerns have been addressed, here are some tips for the novice investor.[/text_block]
  • Start off with zero capital, Use a virtual trading account
  • Use half your capital for investment
  • Only when probabilities are at their highest, then look to enter a position
  • Start off as a conservative investor, focus on small consistent gains
  • Don’t stay up all night
[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”18″]Three things to remember before you invest:[/text_block]
  • Are you ready to invest ?
  • Are you in debt ?
  • Have you done your homework?

Ermia Quitalig

Ermia Quitalig, Managing Consultant

It’s really been a rewarding experience and made me more confident after only virtually trading (and experimenting the what-ifs) on and off for more than a year. I’ve earned back my tuition fees and other related expenses (since I travelled just for the trainings).

Lim Kong Hiong

Lim Kong Hiong, Engineer

I have started with paper trading and has recently gone live for about 2 months with a very small capital. The capital has since gained 10%. I am looking forward to gaining my total financial freedom soon.

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