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Get to Know Your Bats!
This is the first of two articles on the topic of know your bats! We begin our article with a bit of history, then we dig into what we think are the best and worst stocks for the money in the future, and finally we look at the Best ETFs to invest in and the One Plan to Put It All Together.
Know the Stocks You’ll Buy
Stocks to invest in will depend on your goals, but you’ll want to start with a few of these.
Stocks to Buy:
- Enterprise Ethereum and Decentralized Apps (eGaaS)
- Blockchain and Digital Asset Clearinghouse (bDAC)
- Cloud security (mainly District of Columbia)
- Private equity
- Cyber security
- Social media
- Financial services
- Technology transfer
- Portfolio management
- Digital currency trading
- Invest in Your Best Interests
Look Into Your Finances
One of the best things about investing is having a plan. This includes planning for various expenses and having a budget. You can start by doing a little research on your own and looking into the costs and benefits of various investment options before making any major investments. This can save you a lot of stress and money in the long run!
The biggest expense you might consider is purchasing a product or services that you don’t plan on using yourself. You could go with a retirement planning or tax plan, or you could go with a business development or marketing plan. Another expense you might consider is purchasing a certain product or service that you know you’ll never use. This could be food, water, energy, or smartphones. You might have to save up for a few months to buy that item, or you could go with cheaper options. Another expense you might consider is hiring a financial advisor or tax attorney. Some people make the mistake of taking their savings and hiring an advisor and then expecting a free consultation. This can be very expensive, and it’s also unlikely that the advisor will be unbiased in his or her recommendations. You’re more likely to be lucky and find a good tax attorney or financial advisor by reading about the business side of things.
Negotiate Your Price Tag
At some point in your investing journey, you might come across a baa bill that is significantly cheaper than what you’re used to paying. This usually happens when you’re saving for a substantial amount. You might be able to negotiate a lower price or even beat the price right up front. This is great if you know you’re going to be in the ballpark for your investment amount.
On the other hand, if you’re buying a lot of standard bills and receiving negative cash flow, you may not be able to negotiate a lower price. This is a cash flow issue. It’s not good for your assets to be worth less than they are currently worth. This means you’ll likely have to pay more than you want to in order to make your desired payment. This is because stock-market volatility is very high stress for businesses. If you have to deal with negative cash flow for a while, it’s very difficult to make a payment. Another expenses you might consider:
- Auto bodywork
- Collision damage (medical, work, etc.)
- Debugging (i.e. Testimony, Excavation, etc.)
- In-depth research on your chosen products or services (security, retirement planning, drones, security software, etc.)
- In-depth research on your budget (i.e. How much should I be spending, Is it necessary, How will I make the most of my money, Is it right for me, etc.)
- Insurance (preferably insurance towing, home insurance, and car insurance)
- Internet (speed, cybersecurity, internet access, etc.)
- Internet radio or TV (seamless, live stream, etc.)
- Portable devices (i.e. Digital Camera, Laptop, etc.)
- Software (i.e. Website, App, etc.)
- Travel (i.e. Travel insurance, Tours, Explorations, etc.)
Investing in stocks is a great way to begin the process of building a diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds. There are a few things to keep in mind before you invest in a certain stock or security. It is important to understand your potential return potential and make sure you are investing in the right markets. It is also important to understand your financial risk appetite and make sure you have enough money to make the right amount of money.