Most of what I know is due individual learning, I have no problem at all doing that and I'm still reading some of the wiki articles, what I haven't found (yet) is recommendations of investing platforms (that I'm sure I can just Google it for reviews); not asking to just have all the answers by you guys, I can do my work, it's just I prefer to always ask experienced and knowledgeable users that may already know and have experience. There may be some people who instead like to teach, not my case unless I'm somewhat of an expert... with that said, yes, at the moment I only have some basic investing plan, but I don't know where to start or a place to get good rates, learned that there are some very good websites to invest that are investing platforms, but I don't want to play gamble like they were social media or forums. There are just too many places out there and you guys surely have more expertise in that.
World markets going down, prices falling... should be ready to purchase when necessary. Of course you may assume that I do not have any large amount to invest, but I'm pretty sure most of investors started like that, of course not all of them. And since I'm young (I assume, LOL), basic investment plan is currently:
- 1. Short term: any possible opportunity, an initial opportunity to just getting started and build a portfolio, since most of stocks and assets are going down, it's a time to buy. May bother later on my free time to build a basic idea of what kind of assets and markets would be or may be the winners (IMO of course and based on personal taste) when all this chaos passes, God I wish soon...
2. Mid term: got to recognize that I may need some money (most likely, honestly) at the short-mid term, 3-5 years, not sure why but I got the feeling. Not own a home, not have kids (don't plan to), still many things to buy for the living and other stuff.
3. Long term: a (expected) solid portfolio that may grow over time with a good standard deviation, acceptable to be for, as I may expect, many years in the future, retirement hopefully. This is also related to be short term since I do feel the urge to start building my portfolio soon during this downside where prices are low.
I expect to make some more post of progress and status and most of all, questions haha. Just don't laugh that sometimes I may ask silly questions/topics, but all will be investment-related at least.