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Should I invest ~18k being 19 years old? [duplicate]

I am currently thinking about investing my money in various things. I have a monthly income of 900€ and only 40€ regular expenses including food, spotify premium and a web domain. From what I can ...
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4answers
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Scenarios for a 25 yo finishing a PhD staying in Academia, but hope to invest her $100 K USD [duplicate]

Suppose 1: I am a 25 year old just about to finishing my PhD in pure mathematics, and have saved about $100 K USD so far in my life. I have saved all $100 K USD in an American Bank (actually Bank of ...
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2answers
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How to get started with the stock market? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Best way to start investing, for a young person just starting their career? Hello, With 1500+ questions on this forum, I'm sure the question I'm about to ask has been asked ...
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4answers
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How best to grow my small amount of money starting at a young age? [duplicate]

As someone close to being an adult and going to college, I have earned a small amount of money ($3000) and am looking to start my lifetime savings and get a head start by investing my money rather ...
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1answer
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If I want to invest as a 19 year old, how should I go about it? [duplicate]

I'm a 19 year old student and I have a part-time job as a programmer. I make 20 euros an hour and I work about 10-15 hours a week, depending on school responsibilities. I earn 800 euros a month, ...
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2answers
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What are good investment options for a 19yr old stripper [duplicate]

I’m 19 and working as a stripper part time right now and I make 60k a year, and I plan on doing so for the next 7 years. I have 15k saved up, but it’s just in a bank account. I’m also in college ...
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1answer
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How can I invest $3000/month to gain financial independence in 15 years, with current living expenses at $1300/month? [duplicate]

Like the title says. My wife and I save 3100 dollars monthly. What are your suggestions on investing to reach financial independence in max 15 years? Our living costs are around 1300 dollars a month.
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2answers
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How to plan investment and retire at an age of 45? [duplicate]

I am a recent grad who just began working for a 'big 4' software engineering firm. I earn a good salary and I would like to invest 75% of it efficiently so that I can retire early at age 45. ...
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1answer
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How to save as much money as possible from my salary? [duplicate]

I have 10 months of work, which's my first work experience, and during this period I haven't saved anything in my bank account. I spend all of my salary on rent, which represents 32% of it and the ...
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1answer
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No debt. Any advice where to invest saved money and what to invest in after maxing out 401k? [duplicate]

My situation: I'm 24, single, and I live with my parents in the United States I have no debt and I have 100k in a savings account I have a 90k job I am currently maxing out my 401k I have no ...
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3answers
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I have 25,000 in savings and I want to invest, but I don't know where to start [duplicate]

I've been collecting information about the best investment practices, however I'm have very little financial knowledge and was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction. I feel like I ...
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2answers
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Advice for an 18 year old about Investing? [duplicate]

I'm currently 18, I already have investments in a variety of conservative mutual funds through the Stash app, however I want to get into actually investing for extra income. I currently have a steady ...
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0answers
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How should I prioritize my emergency fund, down payment, and retirement? [duplicate]

How should I prioritize my savings between enlarging my emergency fund, saving for retirement, and saving up for a down payment on a house (financial aspects of buying vs renting aside, I would prefer ...
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1answer
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What low cost assets can I invest in? [duplicate]

I'm 22 years old and have some money saved up, sitting in the bank. The idea was to buy a house, but in my country (the Netherlands) the costs of properties have raised significantly. If I would buy ...
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1answer
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Best way to invest as a beginner at 20 year old [duplicate]

I'm 20 year old and I would like to start investing but honestly internet it's full of fake/misleading platform/resources. My budget it's not very big, I would like to start with around 100 euros but ...

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