Busting popular investment myths


There are some people who want to invest, but there’s always something that is holding them back from coming up with their investment planning strategies. Sometimes it is misconceptions and myths that may or may not be real; sometimes, it is the fear of falling prey to fraudulent practices. Now, allow us to bust some of the most common investment myths.

Myth #1: Only the rich and old can invest

Let us start with one of the most common myths about investing. You don’t have to be a millionaire or a senior citizen, or even a person in their fifties to be able to invest. You can start early; in fact, it is better if you do. The key is being consistent and learning to pick up on patterns that work for you. Also, note that the amount of money needs not to be large. It could be small and affordable to you. An ideal investment is supposed to help you grow financially, not bankrupt you. So, our advice to you is to start small, start early, and be consistent.

Myth #2: Investment timing is important

Another misconception is that good investors can detect patterns that work for them, so they have successful investments. The truth is that there is no means of timing an investment or figuring out a way since markets are always fluctuating and are dependent on numerous factors that cannot be controlled. While there is a probability of predictions turning true, that might not always be the case.

Myth #3: Investing is too time-consuming

There have been many misconceptions about investing for far too long, and we want to change that. Investment is a complicated process of extensive research, excel sheets, for sure, but it can be easily made understandable to eliminate the procrastination in investors. It doesn’t have to be a complicated process, requiring a lot of effort, if only the investor decides to act smart. To avoid detailed procedures, employ a fund manager to help you.

Myth #4: Stocks are the only option

Since globally, the most popular investments are stock investments, there is a misconception that that is the only type of investment. There is also real estate investment, bond investment, forex investment, gold investment, etc. The choice is unlimited, but it depends on the person and how they want to invest their money.

We’ll end by saying that you should make sure you are well-informed about the investment you’re making and debunked all such useless myths beforehand. Feel free to write to us in case of any investment queries.

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