How to Invest Your First $1,000
Investing is easy. Figuring out where to invest is the hard part, especially for beginner investors who likely have better ways to spend their time than researching investments. If studying charts and ratios isn’t your thing, you can still be successful. The key is to start early, headed in the right direction. “If you’re moving fast but you’re going down the wrong road, it’s not helping you,” says Susan Mitcheltree, principal at Berman McAleer. “To quote Jim Rohn, you can’t change your destination overnight but you can change your direction.” These nine investments for beginners will get you headed in the right direction for $1,000 or less.
U.S. News & World Report, June 20, 2019