If you’re new to investing, there can be a lot of information to get your head around. It’s completely normal to want to just stuff your money in a mattress until retirement. But the problem with that approach is that you not only lose out on the possibility of earning interest, but you also prevent yourself from the possibility of having your savings keep pace with inflation. In other words–keeping that money in your mattress over long periods of time, leaves it open to the risk of essentially being eaten by bed bugs. But don’t worry. Getting started is much easier that it seems, and we can walk you through each step of the way.
In this webinar we’ll cover:
1. How to start investing towards your goals
2. Different strategies for long-term investing
3. Different types of savings plans and investing tools
4. The value of continued investing in a volatile market
No matter what’s going on in the economy, or how the markets are behaving, there are always low risk, straightforward ways to invest your money and help you grow your savings. There are even investment tools that can earn you interest and guarantee the return of your initial investment. It also doesn’t matter if you have $50.00 to invest, or $50,000.00–there’s never any minimum requirements to start saving for your future.
To learn more about what investing could look like for you, book a free appointment with one of our advisors and we’ll review your options together: https://www.coastcapitalsavings.com/contact/email-us
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