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How to Invest 100 Dollars

 

First, let me say you can start investing wherever you are, whether that is $5, $20, $30, $50, or $100. These suggestions can be applied to wherever you are. 

 

Please do not despise small beginnings.  

 

Every greatness began with a small start. You can build wealth by beginning; you don’t need to wait for you to have more money, bills to be paid off, or a specific career. Start right where you are:

 

If you have $100 to invest, this is how much you could have if you invested $100 every month, and you did not withdraw.

 

 

*These are estimates based on the market’s history; these prices can you higher or lower.

 

 

In 10 years, you could have $19,874

 

 

In 20 years, you could have $124,568

 

 

In 30 years, you could have $528,116

 

 

In 50 years, you could $8,769,625

 

 

This is how I would invest $100…

 

#1 – FIDELITY ZERO TOTAL MARKET INDEX

Start with $100 and put money in every month, no matter how small or big. 

 

#2 – TITAN INVEST

Start with $100 and put money in every month, no matter how small or big. 

 

#3 – FIDELITY SELECT SEMICONDUCTORS PORTFOLIO 

Start with $100 and put money in every month, no matter how small or big. 

 

#4 – FIDELITY BLUE CHIP GROWTH FUND

Start with $100 and put money in every month, no matter how small or big. 

 

#5 – PICK 10 STOCKS 

Visit The Motley Fool to find out which stocks you should consider purchasing. 

 

Put $10 in each stock for a total of $100. Every month do the same plan, and over time your diverse investments will grow. 

 

 

Take the time and research so that you can find suitable investments for you and your family. You can use this blog as a guide, not the end-all. 

 

 

Investing + Consistency + Patience + Time = More Money for You & Your Family

 

 

YEP, IT’S THAT SIMPLE.

NOW, LET THE OFFICIAL INVESTING PARTY BEGIN…

 

JOY OVER HERE. JOY OVER THERE.

 

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 We are not certified financial advisors. But, we are INVESTORS. Now, let the FINANCIAL PARTY continue…

Ruby Taylor

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