Thinking of investing in stocks? Tim sykes reviews different trade returns and other stuffs related to trading. Yes, there are many ways to invest your hard-earned money and if you have extra cash to spend and willing to take some risks, the stock investment is for you. Some people prefer to be safe though and put money in the bank or time deposits. Others prefer mutual funds. If you prefer investing on stocks, then you must know the ins and outs of trading. It takes a lot of work and study but the return is worth it.
I have an officemate who quit work and focused on stocks. He even created his own software which contains the trends and some other charts to which I don’t have any idea at all. Imagine how much he earns that he quits his day job? For sure it’s more than what he earns at the office. My sister too, is investing on stocks. She told me the ups and downs of it but she told me that when she retires, she wants to focus on trading as well.
Me, I don’t have extra cash to invest on it yet, but if I have, then I’ll try to learn everything I need to know about it. Maybe few years from now.