There really is no "best" time to invest instocks. Truly any time is fine. The test of a good time to invest is how long you have to wait until you need the money. If it is a short period, you are unlikely to realize significant gains. IF however you are willing to sit for a period of 5, 10 or 20 years you are more likely to reap a decent gain from your investment.
The younger you start investing in stocks the better. There will be ups and downs throughout the decades that you might hold a stock. If purchase it by dollar cost averaging then your doing it the smart way.
by Narain.K.D.7 years ago
People just want to remember each and everything they come across especially their friends phone number,their account number,their ATM number etc.But very few are good in it.An easy way to do it is,put your total...
by Stacie L6 years ago
Many folk are worried about the stock markets now and won't invest. is this making matters worse? or is it the best time to invest?
by Jyoti Kothari6 years ago
In which stocks should one invest at present scenario?
by HarshitG5 years ago
Hey,As many would be aware of that stock market is one of better way to invest and reap benefits from . So what i want to know is do you guys really invest in Stock market or stick with Fixed deposits and bank interest...
by Michal6 years ago
How do you invest? Do you use a financial adviser or follow stocks on your own?
by alexd1818 years ago
I'm looking for some advice from anyone who has done investing or personal finance planning before. If you had a 5-figure sum of money and wanted to grow that amount into more what would be the best way to utilize it?...
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