Diversify Your Investments for Maximum Payout

There’s more to investing than just the stock market. In fact, diversifying your interests is the best policy to help combat market volatility! 

Here are three other markets you should look into:

  1. Real Estate

Investing in real estate is one of your safest bets. Properties offer a great long-term security option. Plus, there are multiple ways to invest. The most commonly known is just buying a property, whether you’ll keep it as a vacation home, rent it, or flip the fixer upper. But there are other options, too.

Don’t want to deal with property management? No problem! You can invest in REITs, or Real Estate Investment Trusts. It’s easy, you can still earn passive income from dividends, and you don’t have to worry about maintenance or managing renters.

  1. Gold and Silver 

Like all investments, gold and silver do carry some risks. But their market fluctuations tend to be spread out over years, rather than changing overnight. And typically,...

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Invest Differently - The Mother of all Steps

invest Oct 18, 2021

The word Invest or Investing can cause many to feel overwhelmed or scared. 

For many however, it brings excitement and opportunity.

Step 4 within DO MONEY DIFFERENTLY is all about simply opening up your first investment account. It only takes about 10 minutes to do so.

Let's discuss the myths of investing:

  • You have to have a lot of money to begin investing. NOPE. You just need $5 through investing platforms like Acorns. You will receive a $25 bonus if you use this link here.
  • You have to decide what stocks to buy. NOPE. Acorns invests your money into ETF's (exchange traded funds). You will own 100+ different stocks out of the gate like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Proctor and Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, etc).
  • I have to come from a wealthy family to invest. NOPE. Just open an account here and be just like what the wealthy did when they were young.

Step 4 of investing is the Mother of all Steps because it will take you back to Step 1 of DO...

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