Types of Investors

  • The active / enterprising investor; and
  • The passive / defensive investor

The former requires continuous research of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds and this type of investor exerts much time and energy, while the latter has a fixed portfolio that runs autonomously regardless of the situation.

If you plan to become an investor, pick the type that best suits your personality to ensure the longevity of the approach.

Once you have your capital, invest 50% of it into bonds or an index fund (depending on market conditions), while the other 50% should be invested in individual stocks.

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